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"LOYAL LEWIS." 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

(1914 AND AFTER). - 



" How sleep the Brave who sink to rest 
By all their Country's wishes blest ! 
When Spring, with dewy fingers cold, 
Returns to deck their hallow'd mould, 
She there shall dress a sweeter sod 
Than Fancy's feet have ever trod. 

" By fairy hands their knell is rung, 
By forms unseen their dirge is sung : 
There Honour comes, a pilgrim gray, 
To bless the turf that wraps their clay, 
And Freedom shall awhile repair 
To dwell a weeping hermit there ! " 

— Co /h'ns. 



LEAN GU DLUTH RI CLIU DO SHINNSRE. 



STORNOWAY : 
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM GRANT 

1915. 




UURISTON CASTLE 

LIBRARY ACCESSION 



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Lieut.-Colonel DUNCAN MATHESON of Achany and The Lews. 
O.C. 2/4th Batt. Seafcrth Highlanders. 



PREFACE. 



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THIS terrible war which burst on an astonished world 
a year ago, and which, after a course of unexampled 
violence and destructiveness, is apparently far from 
its fateful crisis, is of supreme and undying interest 
to the Island of Lewis. In no part of His Majesty's 
Dominions, home or oversea, has a rural community of 
under 30,000 souls made a finer response in manhood and 
•efficiency to the call to Naval and Military service in defence 
of the Empire and its Allies, and all that the Empire cham- 
pions—freedom for the man and the State all over the 
habitable world. This Hebridean contribution to the Forces 
by land and sea is remarkable, alike in numbers and variety 
-of service, and this record, with the subjoined statistics, 
collected and arranged with great care by Mr William 
•Grant, the local representative of the "Highland News" 
.at Stornoway, deserves, and will receive, handsome accep- 
tance from Lewis men and women and their friends every- 
where. 

Many who are unacquainted with the interesting story 
-of the Island and its more recent development are excus- 
ably surprised at the large quota of Lewis soldiers and 
-sailors at present in the service of the Crown. For some 
enlightenment on the past and on the present, it may be 
stated that the Island has had a very substantial military tra- 
dition for centuries, since it, with other Highland districts, 
•emerged from the " dark ages " of internecine tumult and 
"barbarity. The episode of the Fife Adventurers early in 
the 17th century probably marked the critical stage in the 
transition to organised military practice and enlistment. 
At the Battle of Auldearn in 1645 a Lewis regiment was 
practically annihilated. Only three escaped, and among 



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the killed was the Chamberlain of the Lews (Donald Ban, 
brother of the Laird of Tulloch). But the Island was still 
turbulent, for Cromwell had a garrison in Stornoway, and- 
in 1654 an unsuccessful siege of the strong Castle of Stor- 
noway is recorded. In the '15 twelve Lewis officers were 
nominated in Inverness, and at Sheriffmuir the Islanders,, 
under Seaforth, formed part of the second line. Lewis 
gave serious concern to the authorities for a time thereafter, 
and a regular Government force was got ready to operate 
against its defiant clansmen. In the '45, again, a Lewis 
Company with its local officers took the field. Passing 
down th* years, we find that in 1793 and 1T94 Francis,. 
Lord Seaforth, raised two battalions, in the first of which 
three hundred Lewismen figured. The second battalion- 
took the distinctive and far-famed title of the "Ross-shire 
Buffs." In 1804 another battalion was raised for the 
" Buffs," and the Island contributed a large proportion. In a 
word, the renowned 78th Regiment had a fertile recruiting 
area in Lewis. Indeed, such was the drain on the popula- 
tion by recruiting that the Rev. Colin Mackenzie, Parish 
Minister of Stornoway, writing for the "Statistical 
Account " in 1795, says : — " By reason of the multitudes- 
levied for the Army and Navy, the great number of sub- 
tenants, and the many hands wanted for the fishing boats, 
labourers and farm servants are become very scarce and 
difficult to be found." 

Since the Napoleonic struggle the military tradition- 
has been continued and extended, and Lewis, in the Navy, 
the Army, and Militia, has long been represented from 
every village in the Island. The fighting record is magni- 
ficent. The Royal Naval Reserve was started in Stornoway 
in 1874, and for a long time was drilled annually at the 
Battery Station there — in its day the largest single 
station in the Kingdom. The physique and efficiency of 
the Reservemen were surpassd by none, according to 
official reports. In later years actual service aboard a 
man-of-war has been insisted on, and the local Training 
Station was discontinued. This splendid R.N.R. 
contingent, numbering about 2000, promptly answered the 
mobilisation summons of the Admiralty on the memorable 



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2nd August last year. It must, however, be kept in mind 
that the connection of Lewis with the regular Navy has 
been very close for fully a century, though the recruitment 
was not large, and that in this war up to date 
several Lewismen of the regular Navy, apart from 
R.N.R. seamen, have conspicuously distinguished them- 
selves. The people will cherish the memories of the 
Heligoland Bight, the Falkland Islands, the North Sea 
Battle, and, with special regard, the brilliant exploit 
of the " Carmania." The old Artillery Volunteers (1st 
Ross-shire), Stornoway, was supplanted some years ago 
by the new organisation, the Ross Mountain Battery (T.F.), 
and the Stornoway Company thereof is now valorously 
fighting in the dreary and blood-soaked slopes of the 
Dardanelles. With the Company are serving 41 of the 
Secondary pupils of the Nicolson Institute, actually on the 
working roll of the school when the war broke out, and 
former pupils also in large numbers have contributed to 
the splendid war record of this distinguished school. 
Nothing redounds more to the high credit of the Island's 
endeavour in this world conflict than the voluntary enlist- 
ment of young men of Lewis birth or extraction, both at 
home (though furth of the Island), and in the Colonies, the 
States, the Argentine and elsewhere in foreign parts. From 
Canada alone some 250 Lewis lads are now in the trenches 
in Flanders. And the Island will remember with just pride 
that all through the progress of the war there has been a 
modest, but steady, local recruiting for all branches of the 
Forces — Regular, R.N.R., and Territorial. 

Alas ! that with all this military enterprise and 
pageantry the toll of life and limb by land and sea has 
been distressingly severe. Already the death casualties 
alone are well into the third hundred, and every week now 
little groups of men, maimed or hopelessly war-worn, zse 
finding their way to the family hearths in all parts of the 
Island. Lewis is sorely stricken, and the patriotic devo- 
tion and the resignation of the inhabitants will, there is 
every reason to fear, have to face greater tribulation before 
Peace resumes its reign. Many pages will have to be added 
to this Roll of Honour. To all of us the abiding consolation 



8 "LOYAL LEWIS.' 



remains that those who never come back have laid down 
their lives in one of the greatest causes in the history of 
mankind. Let us at home have an unflinching faith in 
certainty of a triumphant issue to this stupendous struggle, 
and do our part, however humble, with a deep sense of 
personal obligation. There is a direct and very telling 
appropriateness at this moment in the words of a real 
poet : — 

"Say not, the struggle naught availeth, 
The labour and the wounds are vain, 
The enemy faints not, nor faileth, 
And as things have been they remain. 

If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars ; 
It may be, in yon smoke concealed, 
Your comrades chase e'en now the fliers, 
And, but for you, possess the field. 

For while the tired waves, vainly breaking, 
Seem here no painful inch to gain, 
Far back, through creeks and inlets making, 
Comes silent, flooding in, the main. 

And not by eastern windows only, 
When daylight comes, comes in the light ; 
In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly ! 
But westward, look, the land is bright!" 

— C lough. 

With this beautiful and inspiring vision of ultimate 
victory the Roll may fitly open. 

As a last word let the hope be expressed that the sons 
and daughters of the Island at home and abroad will unite 
in erecting a worthy and permanent local memorial and 
cenotaph to their countrymen who have suffered and died 
for their sakes in a noble cause. 

J. L. R. 

Stornoway, August, 1915. 



EDITORIAL NOTE. 



IN placing this volume before the public I venture to 
hope that it will commend itself to Lewis folk at home 
and abroad as a record not altogether unworthy of 
the magnificent part the Island is playing in the struggle 
now shaking the world. 

The production of such a Roll could not possibly be the 
unaided work of one man, and my first duty is to acknow- 
ledge here the ungrudging assistance received from friends 
in all parts of the Island. The original lists of names for 
the various districts were supplied by the school teachers, 
every one of whom, without exception, responded heartily 
to my appeal for their co-operation. They also revised the 
lists as rearranged, and in many instances corrected the 
proofs for their respective districts as the work was passing 
through the Press. Other friends, too, have assisted by 
supplying information with regard to casualties and in 
collecting photographs. To all these helpers sincere 
thanks is tendered. One prominent and patriotic Lewis- 
man has been especially helpful — Dr J. L. Robertson, 
H.M. Senior Chief Inspector of Schools. Dr Robertson 
has throughout taken a keen and practical interest in the 
work of compilation, and from the appended initials he 
will be recognised as the writer of the Preface. 

Freedom from error is not claimed for this Roll, but 
an earnest endeavour has been put forth to make the infor- 
mation given complete and correct, and to this end no 
effort has been spared. Mistakes here and there are 
almost inevitable in the circumstances, and of course for 
these I accept no responsibility. In view of a probable 
re-issue at the end of the war, readers are invited to notify 
any errors they may observe. 



10 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

A few words as to the plan and scope of the Roll may 
be appropriate and useful. 

It will be observed that a separate list is given for each 
of the thirty-six School Areas, and these are arranged in 
Parishes, following as far as practicable their geographical 
order. The Parish of Stornoway, for instance, commences 
at Aird and ends at North Tolsta ; it is followed by the 
Parish of Barvas, commencing at Lionel and ending at 
Shawbost ; Uig and Lochs are similarly treated. 

With the exception of the names of Commissioned 
Officers, the lists are compiled in alphabetical order, by 
Service units. Notes are appended in cases where men 
have been wounded or gas poisoned, interned or made 
prisoners. An asterisk (*) prefixed to a name denotes a man 
who has given his life in the struggle ; a dagger (t) indi- 
cates one who is missing. In another part of the book will 
be found brief biographical notes of the men who have 
fallen. To facilitate reference, it has been found con- 
venient to arrange these in chronological order. In every 
instance the date on which a man was drowned, killed, or 
died of wounds, is given in the district lists, and these dates 
form an index to the biographical notes. 

As an appendix there is included a series of statistical 
tables which no doubt will have interest for some. One 
set shows how the men from each district are distributed 
according to units of service ; in another set each district's 
quota is arranged according to clan names. Incidentally 
these latter reveal some interesting facts with regard to the 
distribution of the clans throughout the Island. The 
Macleods, it will be seen, easily lead for numbers in all 
four Parishes, and the name figures among the men serving 
from every school district except those of Achmore and 
Aridhbhruaich. They head the list for every school area 
in the Parish of Stornoway, except North Tolsta, where 
they take second place to the Macivers, and are almost 
equalled by the Murrays. In the Ness district the Mac- 
leods have to yield pride of place to the Morrisons. At 
Airidhantuim the Macdonalds easily come first, followed 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 11 



by the Morrisons, Smiths, and Martins. At Barvas and at 
Shawbost the Macleods are in an overwhelmning majority, 
while at Bragar they are closely followed by the Smiths 
and Mackays. Passing to the Parish of Uig, it will be 
seen that the Buchanans are the most numerous at Islivig, 
Mackays at Valtos, Macdonalds at Bernera and at Crow- 
lista, Macivers and Macleans at Breasclet The strength 
of the Macleods at Carloway and Duncarloway, however,, 
places them at the head of the list for the Parish. In Lochs 
Parish the Mackenzies are the most numerous at Grim- 
shader, Planasker and Knockiandue, and the Mackays at 
Achmore. At Fidigary the Macleods are nearly three 
times as numerous as the Mackenzies, who come next in 
order. At Lurebost, too, they are in a substantial majority. 

The lists throughout the book will be found headed by 
the names of the townships comprised in the respective 
school areas. The population as at last Census is also 
given, together with the number of men serving, and the 
percentage of the same to the population. It should be 
explained, however, that the Census of 1911 was taken on 
a Sunday when Communion services were being held at 
Garraboit and at West Uig (including Bernera). There 
was also a sectional Communion at Ness. In this way the 
populations credited to the districts named are above their 
normal and those of neighbouring districts below. The 
percentages, therefore, can only be taken as giving a 
general idea of how the men of the various localities have 
rallied to the Flag ; they do not form an accurate basis for 
comparison between districts. 

W. G. 

Stornoway, December, 1915. 






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PARISH OF STORNOWAY. 



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AIRD SCHOOL DISTRICT. 

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(Portvoller, Aird, Sheshader, Shader, Flesherin, 
Portnaguran and Broker.) 



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Population last Census, 1965; (Males, 895 ; Females, 1070). 

Number of Men serving, 305 ; (15% of jotal ; 
34% of Males). 



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Royal Navy. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Warrant Officer, 
11 Portnaguran. 

MACDONALD, DON., Carpenter 11 Portnaguran. 
MACDONALD, DONALD (M.) ... 15 Shader. 



MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

MACLEOD, DON., Petty Officer.. 



4 Shader. 

4 Shader (H M. 
Australian Navy), 
4 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 



MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER 6 Sheshader. 



Royal Naval Reserve 



CAMPBELL, DONALD 
CAMPBELL, DONALD 
CAMPBELL, JOHN 
CAMPBELL, JOHN M. 
*CAMPBELL, JOHN 

Drowned in "Bayano" Disaster, 15th 

CAMPBELL, KENNETH 



10 Sheshader. 

11 Portnaguran. 
7 Portvoller. 

6 Portvoller. 
13 Aird. 

Maroh, 1915. 

9 Portnaguran. 



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"LOYAL LEWIS." 



CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 



MALCOLM 
MURDO ... 
MURDO ... 
MURDO ... 
NORMAN ... 
NORMAN D. 
WILLIAM 



COMBE, WILLIAM A. ... 



FERGUSON, ALEX. (Donald) 
FERGUSON, DONALD ... 
FERGUSON, HECTOR ... 

GRAHAM, ANGUS 
GRAHAM, ANGUS 
GRAHAM, DONALD ... 
^GRAHAM, GEORGE 

Drowned in "Bayano" Disaster, 15th 

GRAHAM, JOHN 

GRAHAM, NORMAN . . . 
GRAHAM, WILLIAM ... 

MACASKILL, DONALD 
MACASKILL, JOHN 
MACASKILL, KENNETH 

MACAULAY, ALEXANDER 
MACAULAY, ANGUS . . . 
MACAULAY, ANGUS . . . 

MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
♦MACAULAY, JOHN 

Washed overboard from H.M.S. "Edinbu 

MACAULAY, JOHN 



MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 



MALCOLM 
MURDO 
MURDO 
NEIL 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 



MACDONALD, ALEXANDER J 
MACDONALD, ALEXANDER J 



6 Portvoller. 

Portvoller. 

9 Portnaguran. 

6 Broker. 

7 Portvoller. 
13 Aird. 

13 Aird. 

Tiumpan Hd. Light- 
house, s.s. "Laertes" 
(Transport Service). 

Aird. 
5 Aird. 
1 Portvoller. 

1 Flesherin. 

1 Broker. 

2 Flesherin. 
1 Flesherin. 

March, 1915. 

1 Flesherin. 
Flesherin. 
Flesherin. 

14 Shader. 

4 Flesherin. 

4 Flesherin. 

23 Sheshader. 

22 Shader. 

1 Shader (New 

Land. 
16 Sheshader. 
13 Sheshader. 
16 Shader. 
20 Shader. 

5 Shader. 

3 Sheshader. 

3 Sheshader. 

rgh Castle," Dec. 25, 1914. 

1 New Lands 

Shader. 
9 Sheshader 

6 Shader. 

12 Sheshader. 
18 Shader. 

23 Sheshader. 
23 Sheshader. 

4 Portvoller. 
T Aird. 



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15 



MACDONALD, ALEXANDER... 22 

Wounded at Antwerp; prisoner in Germany. 

MACDONALD, ALEXANDER... 22 

MACDONALD, ALLAN 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, FINLAY 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN (Senior) .... 
MACDONALD, JOHN (Junior) ... 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM . . . 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM . . . 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM . . . 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD M. (Malcolm) ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO (John) 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 
MACDONALD, NORMAN (Colin) 
MACDONALD, RODERICK . . . 



MACGREGOR, JAMES . 



MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER,, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 



ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD 

TOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

EVANDER 

NORMAN 

NORMAN 



MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, DONALD 
MACKAY, DONALD (Donald), 



22 

15 
5 
8 
6 

12 
7 

15 
6 
2 
7 
8 

20 

20 
4 
7 

16 
6 



7 

6 

14 



Shader. 

Shader. 

Shader. 

Shader. 

Sheshader. 

Sheshader. 

Aird. 

Portnaguran. 

Aird. 

Shader. 

Aird. 

Ceanbeg. 

Sheshader. 

Sheshader. 

Sheshader. 

Sheshader. 

Portvoller. 

Aird. 

Portnaguran. 

Portvoller. 

Flesherin. 

Flesherin. 

Portnaguran. 

Aird. 

Portvoller. 

Flesherin. 

Flesherin. 



6 Shader. 

3 Aird. 
19 Shader. 

3 Aird. 

8 Portnaguran. 
13 Shader. 

3 Aird. 

Lochside, Aird. 
13 Shader. 

3 Aird. 

8 Portnaguran. 

3 Portnaguran. 
15 Portvoller. 
19 Shader. 

3 Aird. 

11 Shader. 
11 Shader. 
8 Portnaguran. 
Portnaguran. 



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"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKAY, JOHN ... 
MACKAY, JOHN ... 
MACKAY, NEIL ... 
MACKAY, NORMAN 
MACKAY, PETER 



MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 

MACKENZIE, 



ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER 

ANGUS ... 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

D. (Kenneth) 

JOHN 

JOHN A. 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN M. 

JOHN (William). 

JOHN (Norman). 

JOHN ... 

JOHN 

KENNETH 



^MACKENZIE, MALCOLM . . 

Drowned in "Bulwark" Disaster, 26th 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 

MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 

•MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 

Died in Mesopotamia, 26th July, 1914. 

MACKENZIE, NORMAN 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN 
MACKENZIE, NOR. (Norman) 



Flesherin. 
7 Shader. 
.. 11 Shader. 
.. 22 Sheshader. 
.. 2 Broker. 

.. 1 Aird. 
. . 5 Aird. 
.. 15 Sheshader. 
Flesherin. 
.. 10 Portnaguran. 
.. 15 Sheshader. 
.. 5 Aird. 
.. 1 Aird. 
.. 5 Aird. 

Flesherin. 
5 Portvoller. 
5 Portvoller. 
.. 1 Aird. 
.. 5 Aird. 
.. 9 Shader. 

Flesherin. 
Flesherin. 
.. 8 Portvoller. 
18 Portvoller. 
. 4 Shader (New- 
Land). 
5 Portvoller. 

November, 1914. 

9 Shader. 
. 15 Sheshader. 
5 Portvoller. 

. 5 Aird. 

. 14 Portvoller. 

Flesherin. 

Flesherin. 



MACLEAN, JOHN (Rodk.), Sen. 
MACLEAN, JOHN (Rodk.), Jun. 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



ALEXANDER ... 
ALEXANDER ... 
ALEXANDER ... 
ALEXANDER (Sen.) 
ALEXANDER (Jun.) 
ALEX. (Norman) ... 
ALEX. (Alex.) 
ALEXANDER ... 
ALEXANDER ... 



Flesherin. 
Flesherin. 

2 Aird. 

10 Aird. 

11 Portvoller. 
14 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 
19 Sheshader. 

1 Portnaguran. 



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17 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 

MACLEOD, 



ANGUS (Angus) ... 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DON. (Norman) ... 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

FINLAY 

FINLAY 

FINLAY 

FRANCIS 

HECTOR 

JAMES 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN (Alex.) 

JOHN (James) 

JOHN (Donald) ... 

JOHN (John) 

JOHN (Ar^us) 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MURDO 

MURDO 

MURDO ('An Cocair) 

MURDO 

MURDO 

NORMAN 

NORMAN 

WILLIAM J. 
WM. (Donald) 
WILLIAM 



Flesherin. 
9 Aird. 

8 Sheshader. 

6 Portnaguran. 
10 Portnaguran. 

3 Portnaguran. 
10 Portnaguran. 
23 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 

6 Aird. 

10 Aird. 

5 Broker. 

3 Broker. 

4 Aird. 

1 Ceanbeg (Port- 

naguran). 

11 Portnaguran. 

12 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 

4 Sheshader. 

2 Broker. 

5 Broker. 

7 Portnaguran. 

6 Portnaguran. 
11 Portvoller. 

5 Portvoller. 

1 Portvoller. _-*\ 

6 Aird. 

9 Aird. 
9 Aird. 

10 Aird. 
10 Aird. 
Flesherin. 

10 Portvoller. 

11 Portvoller. 

4 Aird. 

Park, Sheshader. 
10 Portvoller. 
6 Aird. 

10 Aird. 
Aird. 

17 Portnaguran. 

2 Broker. 

23 Sheshader. 

5 Portvoller. 

11 Portvoller. 
11 Portvoller. 

6 Aird. 



AIRD LOSSES AT SEA 




John Macaulay, Sheshader. 

drowned 25th Dec., 1914 




Donald Martin, Portvoller, 

drowned Feby., 1915 




John Campbell Aird, 

drowned 15th March, 1915 





George Graham, Flesherin, 

drowned 15th March, 1915 



Wni. Macleod, Portnaguran, 

drowned 25th Sept., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



19 



MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

*MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

Drowned when H.M. Trawler '"Lydian" 

*MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

Drowned when H.M. Trawler "Sanda" 

MACMILLAN, DONALD 
MACMILLAN, JOHN (J.) 
MACMILLAN, MALCOLM fL) 
MACMILLAN, MALCOLM (D.) 

MACRAE, DONALD 



. 11 Sheshader. 
4 Sheshader. 
14 Sheshader. 

was mined, Sept. 18, 1915. 

10 Portnaguran. 

was mined, Sept, 25, 1915. 

1 Shader. 

2 Shader. 
1 Shader. 
1 Shader. 

21 Sheshader. 



MARTIN, 
•MARTIN, 

Drown 

MARTIN, 
MARTIN, 
MARTIN, 
MARTIN, 
MARTIN, 



DON. (Kenneth) ... Portvoller. 

DONALD (William) ... Portvoller. 

ed in "Clan Macnaughton" Disaster, February, 1915. 

MALCOLM 13 Portvoller. 

MALCOLM (Kenneth) Portvoller 

NORMAN 

WILLIAM (William)... 
WILLIAM (Kenneth)... 



8 Aird. 
Portvoller. 
Portvoller. 



MATHESON, ALEX. (Kenneth). 
MATHESON, JOHN (Kenneth).. 

MONTGOMERY, DUNCAN . . . 
MONTGOMERY, NORMAN . . . 

MURRAY, DUNCAN 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, KENNETH 

MURRAY, WILLIAM 

SMITH, ALEX. (Donald) 

SMITH, ALEX. (Norman) 

SMITH, DONALD 

SMITH, MALCOLM 

SMITH, MALCOLM (Jun.) 

SMITH, MURDO 



Flesherin. 
Flesherin. 

6 Sheshader. 

6 Sheshader. 

11 Sheshader. 
3 Newlands, 
Shader. 

7 Shader. 

11 Sheshader. 

7 Aird. 
7 Aird. 
7 Aird. 
7 Aird. 
7 Aird. 

14 Portvoller. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Lieut. MURDO D. MACDONALD, 14 Portvoller. 
Lieut. NORMAN MACLEOD 8 Aird. 



*CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, Pte. ... 6 Portvoller. 

Wounded at Aisne 16th Oct., 1914 ; died at Norwich 24th Dec, 1914. 



20 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



CAMPBELL, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Invalided from 'l renches 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Frost bitten. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO, Pte. 

Thrice wounded. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Pte. 

Gas poisoned. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Pte. 

GRAHAM, ANDREW, Pte. 
GRAHAM, JOHN, Pte. ... 
GRAHAM, KENNETH, Pte. 

LACE, CHARLES, Pte. ... 

MACAULAY, MURDO. Pte. 
MACAULAY, PETER, Pte. 

Frost bitten. 



7 Portvoller. 

6 Portvoller. 
Portvoller. 

7 Portvoller. 

11 Aird. 

2 Flesherin. 
2 Flesherin. 
1 Flesherin. 

Lochside, Aird. 

13 Sheshader. 
13 Sheshader. 



MACDONALD, ANGUS (Angus) Flesherin. 
*MACDONALD, DONALD, Sergt Portvoller. 

Killed at Hill f>0, 9th May, 1915. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 15 Aird. 

Wounded May, 1915. 

MACDONALD, KENNETH. Pte. 15 Portnaguran. 

Cas Poisoned 25th April, 1915. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 17 Shader. 

Invalided from France. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 12 Portnaguran. 

Wounded May, 1915. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte.... 11 Sheshader. 

Gas poisoned 25th April, 1915. 

MACIVER, ALEXANDER, Pte.... 15 Portvoller. 
MACIVER, KENNETH, Pte. ... 15 Portvoller. 

Wounded, permanently disabled in France, 7th November, 1914. 

MACKAY, COLIN, Pte 22 Sheshader. 

MACKAY, COLIN (Malcolm), Pte. 22 Sheshader. 

Gas poisoned 25th April, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 

Invalided. 

MACKENZIE, THOMAS, Pte. 



MACLEAN RODERICK, Pte. ... 

Wounded in France 24th October, 1914, 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

♦MACLEOD, KENNETH, Pte. ... 

Killed at Hill 60 25th April, 1915. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 



3 Portvoller. 
14 Aird. 
Flesherin. 



2 Broker. 

4 Aird. 

1 Sheshader. 

5 Portvoller. 
14 Sheshader. 

4 Broker. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



21 



MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. ... 

Frostbitten. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. . . . 
MARTIN, ALEXANDER, L.-Cpl. 

Gas poisoned, 25th April, 1915. 

MARTIN, ALEXANDER, Pte. .. 
MARTIN, DONALD, Pte. 

*MONTGOMERY, ALEX., Sergt. 

Killed at Hill 60, 25th April, 1915. 



4 Broker. 

1 Sheshader. 
13 Portvoller. 

9 Portvoller. 
9 Portvoller. 

6 Sheshader. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, Pte. ... 11 Aird. 

Wounded at La Bassee, 14th February, 1915. 

GRAHAM, CHARLES, Pte. ... 1 Flesherm. 

Wounded (disabled permanently) 14th December, 1914. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte. . . 4 Portvoller. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. JOHN, Pte. 16 Aird. 
tMACLEOD, ALEXANDER, Pte. 10 Portnaguran. 

Missing since December, 1914. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 4 Broker. 
*MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 6 Portnaguran. 

Killed in action at La. Bassee, 14th December, 1914. 

MACLEOD, DUNCAN, Pte. ... 10 Aird. 

Frostbitten. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 10 Aird. 

MACLEOD, EVANDER, Pte. ... 16 Aird. 

Wounded. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACMILLAN, ALEX., Pte. ... 1 Shader. 
MACMILLAN, MURDO, Pte. ... 1 Shader. 

Wounded at Ypres, October, 1914. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Corpl. ... 18 Portvoller. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN 12 Aird. 

Wounded at Suvla Bay landing-; died in Hospital, August 9, 1915. 



GRAHAM, MURDO 
MACASKILL, HUGH . 
MACIVER, DONALD A. 



Flesherm. 
14 Shader. 
IT Shader. 



22 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 
MACLEAN, MURDO ... 
MACLEOD, IVOR 
MARTIN, JOHN 

Seriously wounded at Dardanelles. 



15 Sheshader. 

Flesherin. 

Portvoller. 
13 Portvoller. 



Canadian Contingent. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM 9 Portnaguran. 

MACAULAY, JOHN 

MACDONALD, ANGUS (John).. 



MACDONALD, MURDO 

MACKENZIE, DONALD W. 
MACKENZIE, JOHN W. ... 
MACKENZIE, THOMAS 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, DONALD . . . 
MACLEAN, JOHN 

MACLEOD, ANGUS (Donald) 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, KENNETH- 
MURRAY, ALICK 
MURRAY, KENNETH D. 

SMITH, MALCOLM 
SMITH, ALEX. (Angus), Jim. 



9 Sheshader. 

Flesherin. 

2 Newlands, Shader 

9 Shader. 
9 Shader. 
1 Aird. 

3 Shader. 
3 Shader 

3 Shader. 

Flesherin 

4 Sheshader 
12 Sheshader. 

T Shader 
11 Sheshader 

7 Aird. 
T Aird. 



Other Units. 



MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACLEOD, ANGUS, Sergt 



11 Portnaguran 
(Ryl. Bucks Hussars). 

12 Sheshader 

(A. and S. Hgdrs.) 



Other Colonials. 



MACMILLAN, ALICK 
MACMILLAN, JOHN 
MACMILLAN, JOHN 



2 Shader f Aus.) 
2 Shader (Aus.) 
1 Shader (New Z.) 



Nurse. 

CHRISTINA MACLEOD ... Portvoller House. 

Matron, Highland Casualty Clearing Station, France. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



23 



BAYBLE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



->-•-<- 



Upper Garrabost, Lower Garrabost, Upper Bayble, 
Lower Bayble, Park and Geilir.) 



» « » * » 



Population last Census, 2129 (Males. 896 ; Females, 1233). 

Number of Men serving, 324 ; (15% of total ; 
35% of Males). 



Royal Navy. 

CAMPBELL, KENNETH, C.P.O. 21 Lower Bayble. 

MACASKILL, KEN. (Coastguard) 20 Lower Bayble. 

MACDONALD, ALEXANDER 43 Upper Bayble. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... ... 40 Lower Garrabost 

MACKENZIE, D South End, Bayble. 

MACKENZIE, NOR., Clr.-Sgt, 

R.M Upper Bayble. 



MACLEOD, ALEX. (Alex. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. J. ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACSWEEN, JOHN, P.O. 



5 Lower Bayble. 
5 Lower Bayble. 
... 40 Upper Bayble. 

8 Lower Garrabost. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, ANGUS 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS 

CAMPBELL, DONALD (Murdo) 
^CAMPBELL, JOHN 

Died in Hospital, 5th September, 1915. 

CAMPBELL, KENNETH 
CAMPBELL, MALCOLM 
CAMPBELL, MURDO 



16 Upper Garrabost. 
25 Upper Bayble. 

Lower Garrabost 
28 Lower Bayble. 

25 Upper Bayble. 
31 Lower Bayble. 
10 Lower Garrabost. 



BAYBLE MEN WHO GAVE THEIR 

LIVES 




s: 








Pte. John Macleod, Geilir, 

killed 3rd Nov., 1!)14 




Pte. Murdo Macaulay, Geilir, 

killed 11th March, 1915 




Corpl. Donald Macleod, 
Lower Bayble, 

killed 9th May. 1915 




.■ft0SmMW 




Sgt. Norman Campbell, Geilir, Pte Alex- Mackenzie. Upper Bayble. 

killed 20th Oct., 11)14 killed 0th June, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



25 



CRICHTON, ANDREW .. 
CRICHTON, RODERICK 

GRAHAM, ANGUS 
GRAHAM, ANGUS 

GRAHAM, JOHN 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM .. 

MACARTHUR, ANGUS .. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. .. 
MACDONALD, ALEX. (Donald) 
MACDONALD, ALEX. . 
MACDONALD, ALEX. . 
MACDONALD, ALEX. . 
MACDONALD, ANGUS . 
MACDONALD, ANGUS . 
MACDONALD, ANGUS . 
MACDONALD, ANGUS . 
MACDONALD, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DON. (Murdo) 
MACDONALD, FINLAY 
MACDONALD, JOHN 
MACDONALD, JOHN 
MACDONALD, JOHN 
MACDONALD, JOHN 
MACDONALD, JOHN 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

Diseaarg-ed; defectire eyesight. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, NEIL ... 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 
MACDONALD, PETER ... 
MACDONALD, RODERICK 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM 

MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER, ANGUS 



22 Lower Bayble. 

22 Lower Bayble. 

1 Upper Bayble. 
4 Lower Garrabost. 

1 Lower Garrabost. 

2 Lower Bayble. 

23 Lower Bayble. 

32 Lower Bayble. 

32 Lower Bayble. 
43 Lower Garrabost. 
28 Lower Bayble. 
43 Upper Bayble. 
43 Park. 

38 Upper Bayble. 

1 Lower Bayble. 

1 Upper Bayble. 
43 Lower Garrabost. 

43 Park. 

37 Lower Bayble. 

40 Lower Bayble. 

44 Park. 

19 Upper Bayble. 

38 Lower Bayble. 

4 Upper Garrabost. 

41 Lower Garrabost. 

28 Lower Bayble. 
43 Park. 

1 Upper Bayble. 
43 Park. 

43 Upper Bayble. 
48 Upper Bayble. 
16 Upper Garrabost. 

30 Geilir. 

33 Lower Bayble. 

IT Upper Garrabost. 

1 Lower Bayble. 
26 Lower Garrabost. 

1 Lower Bayble. 

43 Upper Bayble. 
1 Upper Bayble. 

3T Lower Bayble. 

44 Lower Bayble. 

20 Lower Bayble. 

29 Lower Bayble. 



2Q 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 



COLIN 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

MURDO 

MURDO 

MURDO 

PETER 



(John) 



MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 

Interne 

MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
.MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
*MACKAY, 



ALEX. ... 
ALEX. ... 

d in Holland. 

ALEX. ... 
ALEX. ... 
ANGUS 
DONALD 
DUNCAN 
JOHN ... 
JOHN ... 
JOHN ... 
MURDO 



36 Lower 

17 Upper 
29 Lower 
41 Lower 

37 Lower 
45 Park. 

18 Lower 

19 Lower 
29 Lower 
34 Lower 
48 Lower 
19 Lower 
36 Lower 
45 Park. 
45 Park. 



Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 

Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 



Drowned when H.M.S. "San-da" was gunk, 

MACKAY, PETER... 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 

MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, DONALD W. 



MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 



DONALD 

DONALD 

GEORGE 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN MURDO 

KENNETH A. 

MALCOLM 



35 Lower Garrabost. 
G Upper Garrabost. 

52 Lower Garrabost. 

13 Upper Bayble. 
12 Lower Bayble. 
24 Upper Bayble. 
28 Lower Garrabost. 
12 Upper Bayble. 
17 Lower Bayble. 
50 Lower Garrabost. 

50 Lower Garrabost. 

25th September, 1915. 

17 Lower Bayble. 

23 Upper Bayble. 
44 Upper Bayble. 
South End, 
Lower Bayble. 
40 Lower Bayble. 
15 Lower Bayble. 
South End, 
Lower Bayble. 
3 Upper Bayble. 
22 Lower Bayble. 

51 Upper Bayble. 
21 Upper Bayble. 
51 Upper Bayble. 

3 Upper Bayble. 
19 Lower Bayble. 
19 Lower Bayble. 
44 Upper Bayble. 

14 Lower Bayble. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



27 



MACKENZIE, PETER ... 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK 
MACKENZIE, WILLIAM 



MACLEAN, ALEX. 
MACLEAN, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. (Donald) 
MACLEOD, ALEX. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. (Peter) 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. 
MACLEOD, ALLAN 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, ANGUS (Colin) 
MACLEOD, DONALD (Donald) 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD (Donald) 
MACLEOD, DONALD (Angus) 
MACLEOD, DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD (Peter) 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, EVANDER 
MACLEOD, EVANDER 
MACLEOD, GEORGE (Donald) 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOfiN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



24 Lower Bayble. 

5 Upper Garrabost. 
South End, 
Lower Bayble. 

25 Upper Bayble. 

1 Upper Garrabost. 

9 Upper Garrabost. 
11 Upper Garrabost 
29 Upper Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 
46 Lower Garrabost. 

34 Lower Bayble. 
11 Lower Bayble. 
11 Lower Bayble. 

5 Upper Bayble. 
25 Lower Bayble. 
15 Lower Bayble. 

33 Geilir. 

9 Upper Garrabost. 

4 Lower Bayble. 

4 Lower Bayble. 

1 Upper Bayble. 
27 Upper Bayble. 
17 Lower Bayble. 
41 Upper Bayble. 
41 Upper Bayble. 
23 Lower Garrabost. 

4 Upper Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 

34 Lower Bayble. 
39 Geilir. 

11 Lower Bayble. 

11 Lower Bayble. 

1 Lower Bayble. 

34 Lower Bayble. 

35 Lower Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 
15 Upper Garrabost. 

7 Upper Garrabost. 
1 Upper Bayble. 

27 Upper Bayble. 
43 Upper Bayble. 
45 Upper Bayble. 

28 Lower Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 



28 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, MURDO ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 
MACLEOD, NORMAN ... 
MACLEOD, NORMAN (Sen.) 
MACLEOD, NORMAN (Jun.) 
MACLEOD, PETER (Donald) 
MACLEOD, PETER (John) 
MACLEOD, PETER 
MACLEOD, RODERICK 
MACLEOD, RODERICK 
MACLEOD, RODK. (Donald) 
MACLEOD, RODK. (Alex.) 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACMILLAN, ANGUS ... 
MACMILLAN, MALCOLM 

MACRAE, ALEX 

MACRAE, ALEX 

MACRAE, ALEX 

MACRAE, ANGUS 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACRAE, ANGUS 
MACRAE, DONALD ... 
MACRAE, DONALD ... 
MACRAE, EVANDER ... 

MACRAE, JOHN 

MACRAE, JOHN 

MACRAE, MALCOLM ... 
MACRAE, MALCOLM ... 
MACRAE, NORMAN 
MACRAE, NORMAN 

MACSWEEN, ALEX. ... 

MACSWEEN, ALEX. ... 

MACSWEEN, ANGUS . . . 
MACSWEEN, JOHN 

MATHESON, ALEX. ... 
MATHESON, MALCOLM 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN ... 
MONTGOMERY, MALCOLM 



25 Lower Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 
33 Lower Bayble. 
9 Upper Garrabost. 

33 Geilir. 

4 Upper Garrabost. 
15 Upper Garrabost 
25 Lower Bayble. 

8 Lower Bayble. 
27 Upper Bayble. 
27 Upper Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 
27 Lower Bayble. 

34 Lower Bayble. 
4 Lower Bayble. 

17 Upper Bayble. 

4 Lower Bayble. 

5 Upper Bayble. 
10 Lower Garrabost 

49 Upper Bayble. 
51 Upper Bayble. 

23 Upper Bayble. 
21 Lower Bayble. 
42 Lower Bayble. 
13 Lower Bayble. 



42 Park. 
21 Lower 
27 Lower 
21 Lower 
21 Lower 
42 Lower 
21 Lower 
42 Lower 
8 Upper 
21 Lower 



Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 



26 Lower Garrabost. 
45 Lower Garrabost. 

27 Lower Garrabost. 
49 Lower Garrabost. 

7 Upper Bayble. 
7 Upper Bayble. 

25 Lower Garrabost. 
9 Lower Garrabost. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



29 



MONTGOMERY, MURDO 
MONTGOMERY, MURDO 

MORRISON, ANGUS ... 
MORRISON, JOHN 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, MALCOLM ... 
MURRAY, MURDO (Donald) 
MURRAY, MURDO 
MURRAY, NORMAN ... 

NICOLSON, JOHN 
NICOLSON, JOHN (Murdo) 

SMITH, DONALD 
SMITH, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 

SMITH, JOHN 

Invalided ; discharged. 

SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, NORMAN 



STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 



ANGUS 

GEORGE 

JOHN 

JOHN (Senior) 

JOHN (Junior) 

JOHN 

JOHN 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MURDO ... 

NORMAN ... 

PETER 

PETER 



9 Lower Garrabost. 
29 Lower Garrabost. 

16 Upper Bayble. 

16 Upper Bayble. 

8 Upper Garrabost. 
24 Lower Garrabost. 

5 Lower Garrabost. 
14 Upper JBayble. 

47 Lower Garrabost. 
14 Upper Bayble. 

39 Lower Bayble. 
39 Lower Bayble. 

18 Lower Bayble. 

6 Lower Bayble. 

32 Geilir. 

17 Upper Bayble. 
52 Upper Bayble. 

48 Lower Garrabost. 
34 Lower Bayble. 



10 Lower 
10 Lower 
26 Upper 
28 Upper 
28 Upper 
10 Lower 

3 Lower 
10 Lower 
20 Upper 

9 Lower 
28 Upper 

3 Lower 
10 Lower 



Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 
Bayble. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



BUCHANAN, ANGUS, Pte. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, Sergt 
^CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Sergt. 

Killed In action, 20th October, 1914. 

GRAHAM, ALLAN, Pte. ... 
GRAHAM, ANGUS, Pte. ... 

Indian Army. 



27 Upper Bayble. 

13 Upper Garrabost. 
37 Geilir. 



6 Lower Garrabost. 
6 Lower Garrabost. 



Lewis Canadians who have Fallen 





John Maclennan, Bernera, 

killed loth June, 1915 



Kenneth Macdonald, Bernera. 

died of wounds 16th June, 1 915 




Ken. N. Macdonald, Stornoway, 

killed 14th March, 1915 





Thomas Murray, Stornoway, 

killed 29th April, 1915 



Norman Macrae, Upper Bayble. 

killed 2nd July, 1915 k „, r ■- 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



31 



GRAHAM, ANGUS, Pte 

Wounded. 

GRAHAM, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915. 

GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned, 9th May, 1915. 

*MACAULAY, MURDO, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action at La Bassee, 11th Mar 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Sergt. 
MACDONALD, D. (Donald), Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte. 

Invalided. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACDONALD, KENNETH, Pte. 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. 

MACIVER, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 

G-as Poisoned, 9th May, 1915. 

*MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9th June, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 
MACKENZIE, EVANDER, Pte 

Wounded, 9th Mav, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, HECTOR, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK, Pte. 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, DON. (Colin), Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Sergt. 

Wounded. 

♦MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action. 9th May, 1915. 

♦MACLEOD, JOHN, Corpl. 

Killed lv Aptim, 9th May, 1915. 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. 
MACSWEEN, MURDO, Pte. 
MURRAY, MURDO. Pte.... 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915. 



2 Lower Bayble. 

6 Lower Garrabost. 
52 Lower Garrabost. 

34 Geilir. 

ch, 1915. 

5 Upper Garrabost. 
19 Upper Bayble. 

37 Lower Bayble. 

Lower Garrabost 

19 Upper Bayble. 

10 Upper Bayble. 
46 Upper Bayble. 

45 Park. 

34 Lower Bayble. 

28 Lower Garrabost. 

3 Upper Bayble. 

23 Upper Bayble. 
5 Upper Garrabost. 

21 Upper Bayble. 
23 Upper Bayble. 

25 Upper Bayble. 

30 Lower Garrabost. 

4 Lower Bayble. 

20 Upper Bayble. 
39 Geilir. 

3T Lower Bayble. 

15 Lower Bayble. 

5 Upper Bayble. 

8 Lower Garrabost. 
14 Upper Bayble. 



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"LOYAL LEWIS." 



SMITH, DONALD, Sergt. 



39 Geilir. 



Wounded; promoted Sergeant; awarded D.C.M. for gallantry at 
Givonchy, 20th December, 1914. 



SMITH, DONALD, Corpl. 

Wourded, 9th May, 1915. 



32 Geilir. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

. . 8a Upper Garrabost. 



CAMPBELL, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded, 26th November, 1914. 

■♦CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 16th May, 1915. 

LEE, JOHN, Pte 

Twice Wounded. 



10 Upper Garrabost. 
12 New Garrabost. 
44 Park. 



MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. . 

Wounded. 

*MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Sgt 43 Lower Garrabost. 

Killed in Action, 16th May, 191S. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 43 Park. 

Wovnded, 14tk December, 1914. 

*MACIVER, KENNETH, Pte. ... 41 Park. 

Killed in. Action on or about 6th November, 1914. 



MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, NORMAN, Pte. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 
MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded, 16th May, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 
■*MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

Killed in Action, 3rd November, 1914. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Pte. ... 

Injured. 

MACLEOD, RODK. (Colin), Pte. 

Wounded. 

*MACSWEEN, GEORGE, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 16th June, 1915. 

MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. ... 

Severely Wounded in Knee. 



46 Upper Bayble. 

1 Upper Bayble. 

23 Upper Bayble. 
5 Upper Garrabost. 

23 Upper Bayble. 
33 Geilir. 

27 Upper Bayble. 

4 Lower Bayble. 

1 Upper Garrabost. 

5 Upper Garrabost. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

Lieut. JOHN MACSWEEN, 33 Lower Garrabost. 
*CAMPBELL, JOHN, Pte. ... 10 Upper Garrabost. 

Killed in Action at La Bassee, 2nd March, 1915. 



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33 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 

Wounded, 11th November, 1914. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. .. 

Wounded in Thigh. 

MONTGOMERY, DONALD, Pte 
MURRAY, JOHN, Pte 

Wounded in Thigh. 

SMITH, ALEX., Pte 

Wounded. 



14 Upper Garrabost. 

11 Upper Garrabost. 

29 Lower Garrabost. 

12 Upper Garrabost, 

44 Lower Garrabost. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 



CAMPBELL, DONALD, Gunner 
MACDONALD, ARCHIE, Driver 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Gunr. 
MACKAY, JOHN, Gunner 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Gunner ... 
*MACKENZIE, MURDO, Gunner 

Wounded at Dardanelles, 4th June, 1915 ; 

MONTGOMERY, GEO., Bomr. ... 

Wounded. 



34 Geilir. 

Upper Garrabost, 
2 Upper Garrabost. 
39 Lower Garrabost. 

44 Upper Bayble. 
51 Lower Garrabost, 

died 5th June, 1915. 

25 Lower Garrabost. 



Canadian Contingent. 



GRAHAM, JOHN 

GRAHAM, MALCOLM, 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM ... 

MACKAY, JOHN 

MACKAY, MALCOLM 

MACKENZIE, DONALD (AHck) 
MACKENZIE, KENNETH 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK ... 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER ... 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

MACLEOD, ANGUS (Donald) ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN 

Wounded, 16th May, 1915. 



2 Lower Bayble. 
52 Lower Garrabost.. 

IT Upper Garrabost. 
40 Lower Garrabost. 

51 Lower Garrabost.. 

50 Lower Garrabost. 

23 Upper Bayble. 

51 Lower Garrabost. 
47 Upper Bayble. 

15 Upper Garrabost. 
30 Lower Garrabost.. 
4 Lower Bayble. 
13 Upper Garrabost. 



34 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACLEOD, NORMAN 

MACMILLAN, DONALD 

*MACRAE, NORMAN 

Killed in Action, 2nd July, 1915. 

♦MATHESON, JOHN, Corpl. .. 

Killed in Action at Ypres, 22nd April, 

MATHESON, NORMAN 

MONTGOMERY, NORMAN .. 

NICOLSON, COLIN 

NICOLSON, EVANDER 
NICOLSON, MURDO 



23 Lower Garrabost. 
46 Lower Garrabost. 
9 Upper Garrabost. 
40 Lower Bayble. 
13 Upper Garrabost. 

21 Lower Garrabost. 

Upper Bayble. 

9 Upper Bayble. 

1915. 

7 Upper Bayble. 
25 Lower Garrabost. 

20 Upper Bayble, 
20 Upper Bayble- 
39 Lower Bayble. 



Other Colonials. 



CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Sergt. 
MACLEOD, JOHN 



13 Upper Garrabost. 
S. African Force. 

25 Lower Bayble. 
Australians. 



Other Units. 



MACDONALD, DONALD 



MACDONALD, JOHN D. 

MACIVER, JOHN 

^MACKENZIE, MURDO .. 

MiBeing. 

MACLEOD, DAVID 
MURRAY, NORMAN .. 



16 Upper Garrabost. 
Scots Greys. 

17 Upper Garrabost. 
Lovat Scouts. 

Greenpark, Bayble. 
Lovat Scouts. 

3 Upper Bayble. 
Scots Guards. 

23 Lower Garrabost. 
R.H. Artillery. 

14 Upper Bayble. 
Scots Guards. 



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35 



KNOCK SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►—•-«»- 



(Knock, Swordale and Aignish.) 



-*►♦-<*- 



Population last Census, 845 (Males, 383 ; Females, 462), 
Number of Men serving, 1 54 (18% of total ; 40% of Males.) 



■»»>«-«♦- 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CRICHTON, ALEXANDER 
CRICHTON, ANGUS ... 
CRICHTON, JOHN 
CRICHTON, NEIL 
CRICHTON, TORQUIL... 

Interned in Holland. 

CRICHTON, TORQUIL... 

FINLAYSON, JOHN 

MACASKILL, MALCOLM 

MACAULAY, COLIN ... 
MACAULAY, DONALD... 

MACDONALD, ANGUS ... 
MACDONALD, ANGUS ... 
MACDONALD, ANGUS ... 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, HECTOR 
MACDONALD, JOHN 



Drowned when H.M.S. "Hythe" was sunk in collision at Dardanelles 



on night of 28th-29th Octobe 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM 

MACIVER, COLIN 



15 Knock. 
12 Knock. 

6 Knock. 
11 Swordale. 
11 Swordale. 

21 Swordale. 
11 Knock. 

16 Aignish. 

10 Swordale. 
10 Knock. 

20 Knock. 

4 Swordale. 
20 Swordale. 
20 Knock. 
20 Knock. 

8 Swordale. 
20 Aignish. 
20 Swordale. 

2 Swordale. 



1915. 

13 Swordale. 

14 Swordale. 
13 Knock 
20 Aignish. 

2 Swordale. 

13 Swordale. 

14 Swordale. 
25 Aignish. 

15 Swordale. 
30 Knock. 

28 Aignish. 



KNOCK LOSSES BY LAND AND SEA 





Pte. John M. Munro, Knock, 

killed 12th Nov., 1914 



Pte. Mai. Mackenzie, Aignish, 

died of wounds 12th May. 1915 




Pte. Angus Nicolfon, Knock, 

killed 20th July, 1915 






Gunner John Macleod, R.M.B., 
Aignish, 

died of wounds 9lh Sept., 1915 



Johg Macdonald. R.N.R., 
Swordale, 

drowned 28-29th Sept., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



37 



MACIVER, DONALD 
MACIVER, JAMES 

MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, DUNCAN 
MACKAY, JOHN ... 
MACKAY, MURDO 
MACKAY, MURDO 



MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 



DONALD 

JOHN 

RODERICK 

RODERICK 

TORQUIL 

WILLIAM 

WILLIAM 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD. 
MACLEOD. 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 

Interned 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 

Prisoner 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

GEORGE 

GEORGE 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

n Holland 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

in Germany. 

MALCOLM 
MALCOLM 
MURDO 
MURDO 



23 Aignish. 

27 Swordale. 

16 Swordale. 
13 Aignish. 
22 Knock. 

16 Swordale. 
13 Aignish. 

11 Aignish. 

24 Knock. 

8 Aignish. 

5 Swordale. 
11 Aignish. 

24 Knock. 

1 Swordale. 

18 Aignish. 
32 Knock. 

17 Knock. 

17 Knock. 

18 Knock. 
22 Swordale. 

25 Swordale. 
5 Aignish. 

7 Aignish. 

7 Knock. 
5 Knock. 

28 Swordale. 

3 Aignish. 

19 Knock. 

28 Swordale. 
15 Swordale. 

18 Aignish. 

29 Aignish. 
32 Aignish. 
17 Aignish. 
31 Aignish. 

9 Aignish. 

8 Knock. 
28 Swordale. 

19 Knock. 
5 Knock. 

17 Swordale. 

1 Knock. 
17 Aignish. 

4 Knock. 
7 Knock. 



38 



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MACLEOD, NEIL 

MACLEOD, PETER 
MACLEOD, RODERICK 

Inerned in Hoi! a id. 

MACLEOD, TORQUIL... 

Prisoner in Gerrrsnv. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 

MACMILLAN, ALEXANDER 
MACMILLAN, KENNETH 

MACRAE, ALEXANDER 
MACRAE, DONALD 
MACRAE, MURDO 

MARTIN, NORMAN 

MUNRO, ALEXANDER 
MUNRO, JOHN ... 
MUNRO, KENNETH 
MUNRO, TORQUIL 
MUNRO, WILLIAM 
MUNRO, WILLIAM 

MURRAY, COLIN... 
MURRAY, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 

MURRAY, JOHN ... 
MURRAY, MURDO 

NICOLSON, FINLAY 



17 Aignish. 
IT Swordale. 
9 Aignish. 

7 Swordale. 

14 Swordale. 
25 Swordale. 

24 Swordale. 

14 Aignish. 

10 Aignish. 

10 Swordale. 
9 Knock. 

28 Knock. 

28 Knock. 

6 Knock. 

21 Knock. 

27 Aignish. 

27 Aignish. 

28 Knock. 

32 Knock. 

15 Swordale. 

31 Knock. 
2 Aignish. 

11 Knock. 



Seaforth. Highlanders. 



Lieut. JOHN MACLEOD, 

CRICHTON, WILLIAM, Pte. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte 
MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl. 
MACKAY, DONALD, Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounaf-d. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS ... 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Col.-Sgt. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEOD, RODK., Col.-Sgt. 
MACLEOD, TOROUIL, Pte. 



Swordale. 

6 Aignish. 

30 Aignish. 
25 Aignish. 

8 Swordale. 

24 Aignish. 
24 Aignish. 

8 Aignish. 

31 Aignish. 

7 Aignish. 
19 Swordale. 

Aignish. 

8 Knock. 
1 Aignish. 

22 Swordale. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 3£ 



MUNRO, JOHN, M.A., Lce.-Cpl.... 27 Aigmsh. 
*MACSWEEN, KENNETH, Pte... 21 Aigmsh. 

Kilkd in Action, 11th August, 1915. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

MACASKILL, ALEX., Pte. ... 16 Aigmsh. 

Frostbitten. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte.... 26 Aigmsh. 

Wounded in France, 25th September, 1915. 

MACDONALD, FINLAY, Pte. ... 20 Aigmsh. 
MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte... 26 Aigmsh. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. ... IT Knock. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. ... 1 Knock. 

♦MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, Pte... 8 Aigmsh. 

Died of Wounds, 9th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. ... 5 Knock. 

Twice Wounded. At Loos on 25th September, 1915, he and four ether- 
bombers were buried on the bursting 1 of a German shell, two 
of them being killed. Pte. Macleod's shoulder was dislocated. 
Of 90 bombers in his section only 12 returned to answer the 
RolB-Call. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. ... 31 Aigmsh. 

MACLEOD, RODK. ROSS, Pte. 24 Aigmsh. 

MACSWEEN, DONALD, Pte. ... 21 Aignish. 

*MUNRO, JOHN M., Pte 2 Knock. 

Killed in Action at La Bassee, 12th NoTamber, 1914. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, Pte. ... 16 Knock. 
*NICOLSON, ANGUS, Pte. ... £1 Knock. 

Killed in Action, 20th July, 1915. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACAULAY, DONALD ... School Park, Knock. 

MACIVER, DONALD 12 Swordale. 

MACIVER, JAMES 27 Knock. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS 9 Swordale. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD ... 14 Knock. 

MACKENZIE, JAMES 24 Knock. 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM ... 14 Knock. 

♦MACLEOD, JOHN 18 Aigmsh. 

Wounded at Suvla Bay, 8th August; dfled in Hospital, Sept. 9, 1915. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH B. ... The Manse, Knock. 
MACLEOD, TORQUIL T Swordale. 

MACMILLAN, RODERICK ... 24 Swordale. 

MUNRO, ALEXANDER ... 23 Knock. 



40 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Canadian Contin 

CRICHTON, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, ALEX. JOHN 
MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 
MACLEOD, FINLAY ... 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM... 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 

MACRAE, ALEXANDER 



gent. 

15 Knock. 

2 Swordale. 
11 Aignish. 

5 Knock. 

7 Aignish. 
19 Swordale. 
17 Knock. 

4 Knock. 

9 Knock. 



Other Units. 



CRICHTON, TORQUIL 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

MATHESON, JOHN 
NICOLSON, NORMAN 



, 15 Knock. 

Royal Engineers. 

9 Aignish. 
British E.A. Force. 

Knock, L.S. 

11 Knock. 
Wish Artillery (T.F.) 



SOME KNOCK SOLDIERS 




Back Row (left to right) — Donald Macleod, Aignish ; Murdo Macieod, 
Aignish ; Murdo Macieod, Knock ; *Kenneth Macsween, Aignish, killed. 
11th August, 1915. 

Front Row ( ' Icfl to t-z'^/J— Donald Mackay, Aignish, wounded ; John 
Munro, Aignish, wounded. 



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SANDWICK SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Sandwickhill, Lower Sandwick, Holm, Stenish, Melbost, 
Branahuie and Battery Park.) 



» « ♦ » * 



Population last Census, 891 (Males, 422 ; Females, 469). 

Number of Men serving, 151 (17°/ of total ; 

36 % of Males). 



-♦►-*-*•- 



Royal Navy. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Warrant Officer, 
24a East Street, Sandwickhill. 

MACAULAY, MURDO, C.P.O. ... 20 East Street. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. ... ... Holm. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. J. ... Holm. 

MACFARLANE, CHARLES ... 26 Melbost. 

MACKENZIE, DUNCAN, C.P.O. 34 North Street. 

MACKENZIE, JAMES 8 Melbost. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH ... 22 Melbost. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 5 Lower Sandwick. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH Stenish. 

MACLEOD, RODERICK ... Stenish. 

MATHESON, ANDREW ... 9 Lower Sandwick. 

MORRISON, DONALD 13 East Street. 

MUNRO, ALLAN Lower Sandwick. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

ALLAN, DONALD 7 Stenish. 

BUCHANAN, MALCOLM ... 33 East Street. 



42 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



BURNET, DONALD 

CAMPBELL, JOHN 

CHAPMAN, DONALD ... 

FRASER, RODERICK ... 

GRAHAM, DONALD ... 

GRAHAM, JOHN 

GRAHAM, KENNETH ... 

MACASKILL, JOHN 

MACDONALD, ALEX 

MACDONALD, ALEX 

MACDONALD, ALEX 

MACDONALD, ALEX. J. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
*MACDONALD, DONALD M. . 

Drowned in Wreck of Hosupital Ship 

MACDONALD, K., Chief Officer. 

MACDONALD, KENNETH . 

MACDONALD, KENNETH . 
MACDONALD, KENNETH . 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM . 

MACDONALD, NEIL ... 
MACDONALD, PHILIP ... 
MACDONALD, RODERICK . 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM 

MACKAY, JOHN 



MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 
MACKENZIE, COLIN ... 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 
MACKENZIE, ROBERT... 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK. 



MACKINNON, JOHN 



. 24 North Street. 

. 9 Holm. 

. 15 North Street. 

. 11 Lower Sandwick. 

. 2 Holm, 

3 East Street. 
Holm. 

12 Lower Sandwick. 

, 24a East Street. 
. 23 Lower Sandwick. 
Branahuie. 
6 East Street. 

5 East Street. 
. 10 Holm. 

21 Lower Sandwick. 
. 22 Lower Sandwick. 

Branahuie. 
. 8 East Street. 

'Rohilla," 30th October, 1914. 

Holm 
(Transport Service). 
. 23' East Street 
(Transport Service). 

6 East Street. 
North Street. 
Holm 

(Transport Service). 
. 24a East Street. 

6 East Street. 

. 16 Lower Sandwick. 

7 Stenish. 

. 9 North Street. 



... 6 Lower Sandwick. 
... 19 Battery Park. 
... 19 Batterv Park. 
... 35 North Street. 

1 Branahuie. 
... 6 Lower Sandwick. 
CO. 34 North Street. 
(Transport Service). 

... 16 Battery Park. 



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43 



MACPHAIL, DUNCAN ... 

MACLEAN, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

*MACLEOD, HECTOR ... 

Died on H.M.S. "Heroic," 23th J»m« 

June, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, NORMAN ... 

MACSWEEN, JOHN 
MACSWEEN, RODERICK 

MARTIN, JOHN 

MARTIN, MURDO 

MATHESON, DONALD... 

MONTGOMERY, MURDO 
MONTGOMERY, NEIL ... 
MONTGOMERY, NORMAN 

MORRISON, CHARLES 
MORRISON, MURDO ... 
MORRISON, PHILIP ... 
MORRISON, RODERICK 

MUNRO, MURDO 
MUNRO, NORMAN 

MURRAY, MALCOLM ... 

NICOLSON, ANGUS ... 

SMITH, DONALD 



... 11 East Street. 

... 4 North Street. 

... IT Branahuie. 

... 29 Battery Park. 
... 3 Battery Park. 
... 5 North Street. 

1915, of "wounds received 25th 

T Battery Park. 
13 Battery Park. 

25 Lower Sandwick, 

26 Melbost. 
2T Branahuie. 

22 Melbost. 

24 Branahuie. 

29 North Street. 
8 Stenish, 

8 North Street. 

8 North Street. 

9 Lower Sandwick, 

23 Battery Park. 
Holm. 

10 Battery Park. 

IT North Street 
T Holm. 
T East Street. 

20 East Street 

19 Lower Sandwick. 

21 Melbost. 

1 Stenish. 

25 Battery Park. 

11 Stenish, 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Captain and Adjutant JOHN MACRAE, 
3 Branahuie. 

Mentioned in Despatches and promoted Captain and Adjutant. 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 6 Battery Park. 




Captain and Adjutant JOHN N. MACRAE, 
1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 



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ROSE FROM THE RANKS. 



A Distinguished Lewisman. 

LIEUTENANT and Quartermaster (now Captain and 
Adjutant) John N. Macrae, 1st Battalion Seaforth 
Highlanders, was mentioned in despatches by Sir 
John French after the Battle of Neuve Chapelle in March, 
1915, " for valuable, gallant and distinguished services " 
in, the field. Captain Macrae has had a brilliant career in 
the Army. In 1893, at the age of 16, he enlisted in the 
county regiment — the Seaforths. He served with the 2nd 
Battalion as Sergeant during the South African War 
(1899 to 1902), receiving the King's and Queen's Medals, 
with seven clasps. He was present at the* Battles of 
Magersfontein and Paardeberg, as well as numerous other 
engagements throughout the war, and was mentioned in 
Lord Roberts' despatches for gallantry at Paardeberg. On 
8th July, 1910, he was promoted Sergeant-Major 
(Warrant Officer), and on 25th February, 1914, was pro- 
moted to a commission as . Lieutenant and Quartermaster 
to the 1st Battalion in India, joining that Battalion on 2nd 
May, 1914. In September he left India for active service 
in France, and, as already stated, had the distinction of 
being again mentioned in despatches. He vacated his 
appointment as Quartermaster, and was appointed Captain 
and Adjutant of the Battalion on 18th August, 1915. Cap- 
tain Macrae, who is a son of Mr Donald Macrae, Brana- 
huie, Stornoway, is one of four brothers who have served 
in the Army, and his own two sons are now serving as 
boys in their father's regiment. 



46 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



GRAHAM, DANIEL, Pte. 
GRAHAM, JAMES, Pte 

MACAULAY, AULAY, Pte. 

MACDONALD, ANDREW, Pte... 

MACFARLANE, DONALD, Pte.. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH, Pte... 

MACLEAN, DONALD, Pte. ... 

MACRAE, HECTOR M. P., Pte... 
MACRAE, JOHN, Pte 

MATHESON, JOHN, Pte. 



North Street. 
North Street. 

24 Branahuie. 

3 Stenish. 
26 Melbost. 

6 Lower Sandwick. 

Holm. 

3 Branahuie. 
3 Branahuie. 

9 Lower Sandwick. 



Gordon Highlanders, 

■* ANGUS, DONALD, Lce.-Corpl. . . 27 Lower Sandwick. 

Died, in Hoepital at Aberdeen, 21st July, 1915. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO, Pte. ... 6 Battery Park. 

MACKENZIE, DON. J., Lce.-Cpl. 5 East Street. 

Lower Sandwick. 



MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. . 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACPHAIL, DONALD, Pte. 

Twice Wounded. 



. 27 

5 Battery Park. 

11 East Street. 



MONTGOMERY, DONALD, Pte. 10 Battery Park. 

Wounded. 



Cameron Highlanders, 



THOMSON, RODERICK, Pte. 



8 Melbost. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 



BUCHANAN, ALEX. J. 
GRAHAM, JOHN ... 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 



33 North Street. 
3 East Street. 
Stenish. 



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47 



Canadian Contingent. 



GRAHAM, ALEXANDER 
GRAHAM, ROBERT 

MACAULAY, ALEX. ... 
"MACAULAY, KENNETH 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACKENZIE, HECTOR 
MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 
MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 



MACKINNON, ANGUS 
MACKINNON, HUGH 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD, 

DONALD 

DUNCAN 

HECTOR 

JOHN 

NORMAN 

THOMAS 



Cpl. 



MACPHAIL, JOHN 

MORRISON, ALEX. J. 

SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, MALCOLM 



14 M lbost. 
14 Melbost. 

10 Lower Sandwick. 
24 Branahuie. 

18 East Street. 
23 East Street. 

3 Stenish. 

Melbost. 

2T Lower Sandwick. 
G Lower Sandwick. 

5 East Street. 
13 Branahuie. 

35 North Street. 

19 Melbost. 
19 Melbost. 

6 Melbost. 

7 Melbost. 

4 Lower Sandwick. 
7 Melbost. 

1 Branahuie. 

11 Branahuie. 
21 North Street, 
21 North Street. 

Stenish. 

11 East Street 

13 East Street 

Melbost. 
11 Stenish. 



Other Colonials. 



MACLEOD, HECTOR ... 



Branahuie. 
Transvaal Scottish. 



48 



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Other Units. 

BEATON, PETER 

DODDS, DUNCAN, Corpl. 

GILLIES, ALEX 

MACDONALD, ALEX. JOHN ... 

MACDONALD, KENNETH ... 

MACFARLANE, DONALD ... 
MACIVER, JOHN 

MACLEAN, FINLAY 

Wounded at Loos. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. JOHN 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

♦MACLEOD, JOHN 

Killed in Action, 25th September, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 



North St., R.E. 

North St., R.E. 

9 East St., H.L.I. 

21 Lower Sandwick. 
Royal Scots. 

3 Stenish. 
Scots Guards. 

21 East St., R.G.A. 

14 North Street. 
Royal Scots Greys. 

4 North Street. 
Scottish Rifles. 

13 Branahuie, R.E. 
1 Holm, H.L.I. 
1 Holm, H.L.I. 

4 Battery Park. 
A. and S. Hgdrs.) 
♦MACLEOD, PHILIP Stenish, R.F.A. 

Killed in Action during Retreat from Mons, 26th August, 1914. 

MACRAE, MALCOLM 3 Branahuie, R.E. 

MACRAE, ROBERT 8 Holm. R.G.A, 



MACSWEEN, DONALD M. 
MURRAY, JOHN 



Stenish. 

Scots Greys. 

1 Stenish. 

East Yorks. 



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BURGH OF STORNOWAY. 



-•►—•-*•- 



Population last Census, 3980 (Males, 1759; Females, 2221 ). 
Number of Men serving, 406 (10% of total; 

23°/c of Males).§ 



-»»-*-^-o- 



Royal Navy. 

Surgeon MALCOLM B. MACLEOD, 16 Keith 

Street. 

^Warrant Officer ROBERT MACDONALD, New 
Street. 

Invalided home from Mexico; died 16th. September, 1915. 

Warrant Officer JOHN MACKENZIE, Keith St. 
(H.M.S. " Implacable.") 

Warrant Officer NORMAN MATHESON, 28 
Newton (H.M.S. "Tiger.") 

Warrant Officer JOHN MORRISON, Bayhead. 
CAMERON, ALEX., Sgt, R.M. ... 2T Newton. 

Survivor from "Majestic;" discharged ; time expired. 

CHRISTIE, JAMES, lst-Class P.O. Castle Grounds. 
GEORGE, JOHN M., Sgt, R.M. ... Scotland Street. 

LAKER, A. G., R.M. Artillery ... Seaview Terrace. 
MACAULAY, RONALD 28 North Beach. 

Came from California to enlist. 

MACAULAY, MURDO, C.P.O. ... Garden Road. 

MACDONALD, A. J., Armourer ... Keith Street. 
MACDONALD, D., 1st Class P.O. Francis Street. 

MACKAY, DONALD, C.P.O. ... 16 Bayhead. 

MACKENZIE M., 1st Class P.O.... 18 Newton. 

§In the Burgh List a few names are included which also appear on District Lists. 
For statistical purposes these are deducted from th-3 Burgh total and counted 
elsewhere. Lists are appended to the Burgh Roll of the Stornoway Defence 
Corps, National Reserve and Local Home Defence units, but these are not 
included in the statistics given. 



50 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKINNON, JOHN, do. 



Bayhead. 



MACLEAN, JOHN M., do. ... Caberf eidh Bdgs. 

Wounded on H.M.S. "Arethusa." at Heligoland Big-lit. 



MACLEOD, ANDREW, do. 
MACLEOD, ANGUS, do. ... 
MACLEOD, KENNETH, do. 
MACLEOD, NEIL, Carpenter 
MACQUEEN, NEIL 



2 Quay Street. 
21 Cromwell Street. 
18 Newton. 

1 Quay Street. 
Stag Road. 

Newton. 



MACSWEEN, ALLAN 

MITCHELL, AND., 1st Class P.O. 4 South Beach. 

y MORRISON, HENRY, C.P.O. ... Bayhead. 

*NICOLSON, ALEX. DAN, Car- 14 Plantation Road, 
penter (Australian Navy). 

Died in Hospital at Melbourne, Australia 25th. May, 1915. 

MURRAY, DON, 1st Class P.O.... 18 Keith Street. 
MURRAY, RODERICK J. ... 18 Keith Street. 

SMITH, ANGUS, 1st Class P.O. ... 19 Point Street. 



Royal Naval Reserve, Naval Brigade, Etc. 

Lieut. W. D. ROBERTSON, 69 Kenneth Street 
H.M.T. " Carpentaria.") 

Engineer Lieut. MURDO MACARTHUR, 48 
Lewis Street (H.M.A.C. " Armadale Castle.") 



Sub.-Lieut. ALASTAIR J. 
Matheson Road (R.N.V.R.) 



MACKENZIE, 



ANDERSON, JAMES ... 

Twice saved from. 1 Torpedoed Ships. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS ... 

CARSON, JOHN 

GUNN, MURDO 

MACARTHUR, ALEX. ... 
MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 

MACASKILL, ALLAN ... 
MACASKILL, KENNETH 



5 Shell Street. 

12 James Street. 

13 Keith Street. 

27 Bayhead. 

48 Lewis Street. 
5 Newton. 

Matheson Road. 
15 North Beach. 



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51 



MACAULAY, ALEXANDER .. 

Discharged! through illness. 

MACAULAY, THOMAS B. .. 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 
MACDONALD, THOMAS 

MACGREGOR, NORMAN 

"MACINNES, DUNCAN 

MACIVER, D. K, Engineer 
"MACIVER, KENNETH 

MACKAY, DONALD 

MACKAY, JOHN ... 

MACKAY, WILLIAM 

MACKENZIE, JOHN 

MACKENZIE, NORMAN 

MACLEAN, KENNETH M. 

Wireless Operator, H.if. Hospital Ship 

MACLEAN, JOHN 

MACLEAN, MURDO 

MACLENNAN, JOHN 

MACLEOD, ALEX 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

Discharged. 

"MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACLEOD, NEIL 

MACLEOD, RODERICK D. ... 

Discharged , 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

MACNEILL, DONALD .. 
MACNEILL, JOHN 

MACPHERSON, MURRAY 

MACRAE. ALEX 

H.M.T. "Austru'nd." 

MATHESON, COLIN, Carpenter 
MATHESON, KENNETH 



14 Scotland Street. 
28 North Beach 

34 South Beach. 

19 Point Street. 
Keith Street. 

23 Plantation Road. 

32 Kenneth Street. 

4 Keith Street. 
1 Shell Street. 

G Bell's Road. 

Murray's Court. 
T Point Street. 

4 Havelock Lane. 
G Havelock Court. 

8 Newton. 

'Oxfordshire." 

38 Keith Street. 

20 Church Street. 

6 Plantation Road. 

14 Francis Street. 
13 Newton. 

2a Bell's Road. 
12 North Beach. 

34 Point Street. 

7 Maciver's Bdgs. 
1 Quay Street. 

20 Church Street. 
Bayhead. 
Maciver's Bdgs. 

9 Keith Street. 
1 Quay Street. 

7 Cromwell Street. 

12 James Street. 
12 James Street. 

9 Keith Street. 

New Street. 

Keith Street. 

15 Newton. 



SOME STORNOWAY OFFICERS. 





TW .— .*]#„._— l 




Lieut, Duncan Miller, RAJ.C Capt. Lawrence W. Bain, R.A.M.C 




Capt. Alfred L. Robertson, R.A.M.C. 






Lieut. John N. Anderson. R.F.A Lieut. N. Crichton. Seaforth Hghdrs. 



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53 



MILLER, PETER 

MONTGOMERY, MURDO 



MORRISON, ALLAN . 

H.M. Transport "Ionian." 

.MORRISON, DONALD, 

Engineer 
MORRISON, JOHN, Engineer ... 
MORRISON, KEN. J 

H.M. Transport "Ionian." 

^MURRAY, ALLAN J., Engineer 
MURRAY, HUGH B. 
MURRAY, JOHN 

NICOLSON, JOHN MURDO 

PATERSON, JAMES ... 

SIME, GEORGE J., Engineer 



... 28 Lewis Street. 
7 Garden Road. 
Mid Keith St. 

Chief Bayhead. 



63 Keith Street. 

Mid Keith St. 

CD 

25 Newton. 

23 Scotland Street. 

31 Newton. 

14 Plantation Road. 

16 Newton. 

25 Lewis Street. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Lieut-Colonel DUNCAN MATHESON of Achany 
and the Lews, Officer Commanding 2/4th Batt. 

Lieut. Rev. NORMAN CRICHTON, 40 Keith St 

.ANDERSON, ANGUS, Pte. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, Pte. ... 
GRAHAM, PETER, Pte. ... 



MACAULAY, D., Pte. ... 
MACAULAY, JOHN, Pte. 

MACDONALD, FINLAY, Pte 
MACDONALD, KENNETH, Pte 

Enlisted in New Zealand. 

MACDONALD, THOMAS, Pte 

MACIVER, JOHN, Pte. ... 

MACKAY, KENNETH, Pte. 
MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, FINLAY, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, HECTOR, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, HUGH, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, JOHN, Sergt. 



5 Shell Street. 

14 Keith Street. 
Maciver's Bdgs. 

8 Havelock Court 
16 Newton. 

22 South Beach. 
4 Stag Road. 

19 Lewis Street 

18 Newton. 

1 Shell Street. 
27 Point Street. 

1 Kenneth Street 

6 Francis Street 
6 Francis Street 

9 Bank Street. 
37 Church Street 



54 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEAN, ANGUS, Lce.-Corpl. 

Wounded; discharged. 

MACLEAN, DONALD, Pte. ... 
MACLEAN, EWEN, Pte. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, Pte 



Newton House. 

33 Church Street. 

Cromwell Street 
52 Keith Street. 



♦MACLENNAN, MURDO, Pte. ... 16 Plantation Road. 

Wounded in Action, 25th September, 1915 ; died in Hospital, 26th 
September, 1915. 



^MACLEOD, ALEX. D., Corpl. .. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

*MACLEOD, ALEX., Lce.-Corpl. 

Killed in Action, 26th September, 1915 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. 
MACLEOD, DON., Lce.-Corpl. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD; Pte. 
MACLEOD, GEORGE, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte ... 
MACLEOD, KENNETH, Corpl 
MACLEOD, LACHLAN. Piper 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded at Loos ; left forearm blow 

MACLEOD, M., Corpl. ... 
MACLEOD, WM. P., Lce.-Corpl 

Wounded. 

MACMILLAN, DONALD 
MACMILLAN, DUNCAN, Piper 

MACNEILL, ANGUS, Pte. 



38 Point Street. 
38 Point Street. 

brother of above. 

52 Bayhead. 

Point Street. 
16 Newton. 

Keith Street. 

51 Bayhead. 

52 Bayhead. 
52 Bayhead. 
51 Bayhead. 

40 South Beach. 
77 Cromwell Street- 
60 Keith Street. 
81 Keith Street. 

off. 

Kenneth Street. 
9 South Beach. 

5 Shell Street. 
Stag Road. 

12 James Street. 



MONTGOMERY, JOHN M., Pte. 39 Keith Street. 

Wounded. 



MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 
MORRISON, FINLAY, Cpl. 

Recruiting Officer at Stornowa-y. 

MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Gas Poisoned. 

MORRISON, KENNETH, Pte. 
MORRISON, KENNETH, Pte. 
MORRISON, RODERICK, Pte. 

MUNRO, GEORGE, Lce.-Corpl 

MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. 
MURRAY, MURDO, Sergt. 

Gas Poisoned. 



26 Point Street. 
2 Matheson Court 

Marybank. 

8 Mackenzie St. 
Keith Street. 
6 Mackenzie St. 

50 Kenneth Street. 

20 Church Street. 
8 Stag Road. 



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55 



NICOLSON, ROBERT, Pte. 

Wounded. 

SMITH, FINLAY, Pte 

Wounded second time. 

SMITH, KENNETH/ Pte. 
SMITH, JOHN, Pte 

Wounded; returned to firing line. 

*SMITH, NEIL, Pte 

Killed in Action, 13th October, 1914. 

♦STEWART, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 16th October, 1914 

*STEWART, ROBERT, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 16th February, 1915. 



14 Plantation Road. 



87 Cromwell Street. 

9 Castle Street. 
9 Castle Street. 

87 Cromwell Street. 



14 Plantation Road. 
4 Scotland Street. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

Captain J. S. M. MATHESON, Lewis Castle. 

Severely -wounded, 14th September, 1914. 

Lieut. JOSEPH. B. MACLEAN, 12 James Street, 
12th Battalion. 

Oame from Canada to enlist in Camerons. 



•KENNEDY, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed early December, 1914. 

MACAULAY, GEORGE, Pte. 
MACFARLANE, MAL., Pte. 
tMACGREGOR, ALEX., Pte. 

Missing since 9th May, 1915. 

tMACKENZIE, ALEX., Corpl. 

Missing- ©ince. 9th May, 1915. 



4 Maciver's Bdgs. 

21 Newton. 
16 Scotland Street, 
23 Newton. 
9 Castle Street. 



MACLEAN, ALEX., Pte 60 Keith Street. 

♦MACLEAN, D. LACHLAN, Pte. 8 Newton. 

Killed in Action in France, 10th September, 1915. 



MACLEOD, HECTOR, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JAMES, Pte. 
MACLEOD, J., Pte. 
MACLEOD, WM. JOHN, Pte. 

'MACRAE, JOHN, Pte 

Killed in Action, 23rd April, 1915. 

MATHESON, N., Pte. ... 
SMITH, DONALD, Lce.-Corpl. 
STEWART, DONALD, Pte. 



84 Keith Street. 

8 Mackenzie St. 
38 Keith Street. 
10 Scotland Street, 

22 Point Street. 

37 Keith Street. 
T Castle Street. 
4 Scotland Street, 



56 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Gordon Highlanders. 

Lieut GEORGE M. MACLE OD, 63 Cromwell St. 

3/7 Battalion, 



CLARKE, WM. S., Pte 

Wounded 

♦CROCKETT, MALCOLM, Pte. .. 

Killed in Action, 24th October, 1914. 

DELITIS, JEROME, Pte. 
♦MACAULAY, DONALD, Pte. .. 

Killed in Action, 28th January, 1915. 

MACDIARMID, ALLAN J., Pte 

Twice Wounded. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 

MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. 
MACIVER, RODERICK, Pte. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

*MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th October, 1914 



17 Keith Street. 
9 Bayhead. 

11 Bayhead. 

12 Murray's Court. 

11 Newton. 

2 Plantation Road. 

Matheson Road. 
20 Newton. 

Newton. 



♦MACKENZIE, RODK., Lce.-Cpl. 3 Plantation Road. 

Killed in Action, 14th March, 1915. 



MACLEAN, KENNETH, CorpL 

Prisoner in Germa-ny. 

MACLEAN, KENNETH, Pte. .. 
MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte 

Twice Wounded. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. .. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. .. 



33 Church Street. 

23 Newton. 

6 Bell's Road. 

Point Street. 
35 Bayhead. 



Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Captain LAWRENCE W. BAIN, Gowancroft. 

Captain ALFRED L. ROBERTSON, National 
Bank House (54th Field Ambulance). 

Lieut. JOHN F. MACLEOD, 63 Cromwell Street. 

Lieut. DUNCAN MILLER, 28 Lewis Street. 

MACIVER, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 14 Stag Road. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. D., Corpl. ... Kenneth Street. 
MACLEOD, KEN., Lce.-Corpl. ... 21 Keith Street. 



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TOLMIE, WM. J., Sergt 9 South Beach. 

MONTGOMERY, JNO., Dispenser 22 South Beach. 
MURRAY, RANALD M., do. ... 42 Point Street. 

Royal Engineers. 

Lieut. RAE MACDONALD, 12 Keith Street. 

COULL, WILLIAM, Sapper ... Post Office. 

CUTHILL, R. M., Sapper ... Post Office. 

GEORGE, RICHARD, Telegraph Scotland Street. 
Linesman 

GRAHAM, RODK., Sergt.-Major... 27 Kenneth Street. 

MACASKILL, DUNCAN ... Matheson Road. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. D., Sapper 4 Shell Street. 

47th C, "R.E., Simonstown, South Africa. 

MACDONALD, JOHN 37 Point Street. 

MACKAY, ALEX. G., Sapper ... 18 New Street. 

Army Signals, G.H.Q., 13th Field Force. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Sapper... 42 South Beach. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. L., Sapper ... 20 Church Street. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Sapper ... 79 Kenneth Street. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Sapper ... 69 Bayhead. 

MACLEOD, D. W., Sapper ... 21a Cromwell Street 

MATHESON, MAL., Lce.-Corpl... 2 Francis Street. 

MURRAY, DONALD, Sapper ... Castle Gardens. 
MURRAY, GEORGE, Sapper ... 42 Point Street. 
MURRAY, KENNETH, Sapper... Castle Gardens. 

STEWART, ALEX., Sapper ... 4 Scotland Street. 



Army Service Corps. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN, Driver ... 15 Castle Street. 
HENDERSON, JOHN H., Driver Lewis Street. 
MACDIARMID, NEIL, Pte. - ... 26 Plantation Road. 
MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. ... Murray's Court. 





Captain THOMAS N1COLSON, 
Commanding Stornoway Section, Ross Mountain Battery. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 59 



ROSS MOUNTAIN BATTERY. 



■»► » <* 



INTEREST in the attempt to force the Dardanelles 
was immeasurably heightened for the community of 
Stornoway when it became known that the Ross Moun- 
tain Battery was detailed for service in the land opera- 
tions there. 

After completing their training at Bedford, the Battery 
(of which the Stornoway Section forms the left half) 
embarked at Avonmouth on 21st March, 1915, for the 
Mediterranean. Towards the end of March the trans- 
ports reached Alexandria, where the troops were disem- 
barked. On 8th April they were re-embarked, and on the 
10th sailed for the rendezvous at Mudros Bay, Island of 
Lemnos. Here eleven days were spent on board ship,, 
while the final arrangements were being made for the ever- 
memorable landing on Gallipoli, which was effected on :he 
25th of April. 

While waiting at Lemnos the desperate nature of the 
enterprise in which they were to take part was empha- 
sised in a personal note from Major-General Aylmer 
Hunter-Weston, C.B., D.S.O., to each man of the 29th Divi- 
sion on the occasion of their first going into action 
together. Reminding the troops that "the eyes of the 
w( rid are upon us, and your deeds will live in history," he 
says : — " Oui comrades in France and Flanders willingly 
gave their lives in thousands and tens of thousands for 
our King and Country, and by their glorious courage and 
dogged tenacity they defeated the invaders and broke the 
German offensive. We also must be prepared to suffer 
hardships, privations, thirst, and heavy losses, by bullets, 
by shells, by mines, by drowning. But if each man feels, 
as is true, that on him individually, however small or how- 
ever great his task, rests the success or failure of the 
Expedition, and therefore the honour of the Empire and 



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ROLL OF HONOUR. 61 

the welfare of his own folk at home, we are certain to win 
through to a glorious victory." 

On the evening of 24th April the great fleet of war 
vessels and troopships left their anchorage at Mudros, 
and on the morrow was written one of the bloodiest but 
most glorious pages in British history. The Ross and 
Argyll Mountain Batteries, which had the distinction of 
being the only Territorial artillery selected to serve with 
the famous 29th Division, had the further honour of being 
the first artillery of the Expeditionary Force to land and 
go into action on the Gallipoli Peninsula. 

The Battery lads took their baptism of fire under such 
terrible conditions with a gallantry unsurpassed even by 
the seasoned troops with whom they co-operated. Reports, 
too, of the subsequent fighting testify to the coolness and 
bravery of the men, whether in action at the guns; 
bringing up ammunition with the ponies, often amidst a 
hail of bullets ; repairing telephone wires under fire ; or 
in going about their duties at the Base Camp, never beyond 
range of the enemy's guns. 

Brigadier-General H. E. Street, Commanding the 8th 
Army Corps, in a letter to Brigadier-General H. Simpson 
Baikie, R.A., says : — " The Lieutenant-General wishes you 
to express to the officers and the non-commissioned 
officers and men of the Highland Mountain Battery his 
appreciation of their consistent, gallant, and efficient per- 
formance of their duties throughout the operations. The 
Battery has been almost continuously in action in the 
advanced trenches under heavy shell and rifle fire, and in 
spite of heavy casualties they have remained working their 
guns in a manner which is deserving of the highest praise. 
This good work was particularly noticeable throughout 
the engagements of 28th June and 12th July, and the 
spirit shown by them has been a credit to the Corps, and 
worthy in every way of the best traditions of the Royal 
Regiment of Artillery." 



SOME BATTERY NON-COMS. 

(Other than those included in the Groups). 




Corpl. D. Macleod 





Corpl. A. M. Macleod 



.:%. 



Mmm 



W 



Corpl. Jas. Macfarquhar 



Bom. J. Macdonald 



Bom. D. Mackay 






Bom, A. J Macleod 




Bom, Geo- Montgomery 




Bom. Wm. Mackenzie 



Bom. A. M. Mackenzie 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



G3 



MACDONALD, ALEX. D., Pte. 
MACDONALD, PETER, Pte. 



52 Bayhead. 
1 Mackenzie St. 

18 Kipper Road. 



MACIVER, NEIL, Pte 

MACKENZIE, EBENEZER, Dr. 26 James Street. 
MACLEAN, JOSEPH, Sergt. ... 13 Keith Street. 
MACLEOD, HUGH, Pte. 
MURRAY, ALEX 



51 Bayhead. 

Castle Grounds. 



Royal Field Artillery. 

Lieut. JOHN N. ANDERSON, Plymyille, Lewis 
Street. 

Lieut. CHARLES P. ANDERSON, Plymville, 
Lewis Street. 

Lieut. ALEXANDER ROSS, 20 Keith Street. 



KERR. ALEX. J 

MACASKILL, IVOR 

MACFARLANE, RODERICK 

MACIVER, J 

MACIVER, KENNETH . 

MACKENZIE, WM. D. . 

MACLEAN, MURDO . 

MORRISON, DONALD J 

NICOLSON, KENNETH 

ORROCK, COLIN 

SUTHERLAND, ROSE ALEX 



64 Keith Street. 

Matheson Road. 

25 Kenneth Street. 

19 Point Street. 
34 Francis Street. 

30 James Street. 

Orinsay. 
63 Kenneth Street. 
37 Newton. 

Cam House. 
41 Newton. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

Captain THOMAS NICOLSON, Matheson Road, 
Officer Commanding Left Half. 

"Wounded at Dradanelles, 29th June, 1915. 

Lieut-Colonel MURDOCH MACKENZIE, 
RA.M.C. (attached Ross Battery). 



64 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Lieut NORMAN MACIVER, 34 Francis Street 

Lieut RODERICK E. ROSS, Berneholme, GoathilL 
Road. 

Lieut. WILLIAM A. ROSS, Wandene, GoathilL 
Crescent. 



Qr.-Mr.-Sgt WM. J. CAMPBELL.. 

Sgt. DONALD AFRIN 

Sgt MURDO KENNEDY 

"Wounded. 

Sgt. NORMAN MACKAY 

Wounded. 

Sgt ALEX. MURRAY 

Corpl. Piper DON. FINLAYSON 
Cpl. Saddler ALF. W. JOHNSON 

Cpl. MALCOLM MACEWAN ... 

Cpl. JAMES H. MACFARQUHAR 

Cpl. COLIN S. MACKENZIE 

Cpl. ALEX. J. MACLEOD 

Wounded. 

Cpl. ALEX. M. MACLEOD 
Cpl. DONALD MACLEOD 

Wounded, 6th July, 1915. 

Cpl. ANGUS MACMILLAN 

Wounded, 12th July, 1915. 

Cpl. JOHN MACMILLAN 
Bom. KEN. L. BAIN 
Bom. DONALD MACKAY 
Bom. DONALD MACLEAN 

Wounded. 

Bom. GEORGE D. MACLEAN 

Bom. ALEX. M. MACKENZIE 
Bom. WM. MACKENZIE ... 

Wounded. 

Bom. MALCOLM MURRAY 

Bom. J. W. MATHESON ... 

CAMPBELL, FINLAY, Gunner 
CAMPBELL, DONALD, Gunner 



4 Garden Road. 
6 Scotland Street. 
42 Point Street. 

21 Church Street. 

22 South Beach. 

1 Newton. 
67 Bayhead. 

Kenneth Street. 

22 Bayhead. 

Park House. 

60 Keith Street. 

St Duthus. 

52 Bayhead. 

21 Newton. 

44 Church Street. 

Gowancroft. 
18 New Street. 

2 Newton. 

2 Newton. 

53 Bayhead. 
24 Bayhead. 

Castle Grounds. 

2 Francis Street. 

14 Point Street. 
14 Point Street. 



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CLARKE, ARCHD., Gunner ... IT Keith Street. 
GRAHAM, MURDO, Gunner ... '9 Maciver's Bdgs. 
MACAULAY, AULAY, Gunner... 3 Francis Street. 

Wounded. 

MACAULAY, DONALD, Gunner 28 North Beach. 
♦MACAULAY, MURDO, Gunner... 2 Keith Street. 

Died of Wounds at Malta, 15th July, 1915. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Driver... 72 Keith Street. 
MACDONALD, DANIEL, Driver 4 Stag Road. 

MACDONALD, HECTOR, Driver 29 Bayhead. 
*MACDONALD, JOHN, Gunner... 4 Plantation Road. 

Died of Wounds at Alexandria, 2nd June, 1915. 

MACDONALD, KEN., Driver ... 1 Mackenzie St. 
♦MACDONALD, KEN., Driver ... 21 Newton. 

Died of Wounde, 28th May, 1915. 

MACIVER, MURDO, Driver ... Dounemor. 
MACIVER, WM. Gunner 14 Plantation Road. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Gunner ... 41 Newton. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Gunner ... 12 Newton. 

MACLEAN, CHAS. M., Gunner... 23 Francis Street. 

MACLEAN, DON. A., Gunner ... 18 Point Street. 

MACLEAN, NORMAN, Piper ... 52 Keith Street. 
MACLEAN, RONALD, Gunner... Uiginish. 

MACLENNAN, DON. M., Driver 31 Keith Street. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. J., Driver ... 10 Scotland Street. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Driver ... 37 Kenneth Street. 

Wounded 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Gunner... 69 Keith Street. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Gunner... 5T Keith Street. 
MACLEOD, JOHN A., Driver ... 12 North Beach. 

Wounded. ( 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Gunner ... 27 Keith Street. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Gunner 14 New Street. 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Gunner ... Bayhead. 

MACLEOD, PETER, Driver ... 37 Point Street. 

MACRAE, RODERICK, Wheeler. Macrae Cottage, 

MACRITCHIE, DON. J, Gunner.. 5 Plantation Road. 

Wounded. 

MATHESON, J. D., Gunner ... 23 Scotland Street. 
MORRISON, W. J., Gunner ... 20 Plantation Road. 

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MURRAY, MURDO, Driver 

Wounded. 

NICOLSON, J., Driver 

NICOLSON, SAMUEL, Gunner.. 

PARKER, J. T., Driver 

RUDLAND, WM. N., Trumpeter. 

SMITH, ALEX. D., Gunner 

WILSON, MURDO, Gunner 



4 Point Street. 

14 Plantation Road. 
13 Garden Road. 

8 Bell's Road. 

44 Francis Street. 

51 Bayhead. 

8T Keith Street. 



Canadian Contingent. 

Captain NORMAN G. M. MACLEOD, Scotland 
Street, 90th Winnipeg Rifles (awarded Military 
Cross and promoted Captain). 

Surgeon Captain ANDREW J. GIBSON, 5th 
Canadian R.A.M.C. 

Lieut. GEORGE E. GIBSON, Francis Street. 

16th Battalion C.E.F. 



GIBSON, ANGUS 

Home Guard Co., 51st Regiment. 

HOSSACK, JAMES 

KERR, DONALD 64 

Railway Construction Corps. 

MACASKILL, JAMES W. 

17th Battalion C.F.A. 

MACASKILL, TOHN 

27th (City of Winnipeg) Battalion C.E.F. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. J. 

1st Battalion Yancouver Volunteer Reserve. 

MACDONALD, ALLAN M. ... 

49th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS M. (Jun.) 

48th Canadian Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Piper 

92nd Canadian Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, DONALD 

Winnipeg Rifles. 

MACDONALD, DONALD M. ... 

Mounted Rifles. 

MACDONALD, DON. W., Piper.. 

13th Battalion Canadian Royal Highland ers. 



Francis Street. 

Marybank. 
Keith Street. 

Caberfeidh Bdgs. 
Scotland Street. 



19 Lewis Street. 


65 Keith Street. 


4 Shell Street. 


4 Shell Street. 


52 Bayhead. 


40 Church Street. 


49 Keith Street. 



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39 South Beach. 
52 Bay head. 

40 Church Street. 



MACDONALD, GEORGE 

1st Battalion, 1st Brigade, Canadians. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 

Winnipeg Rifles. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 

46th Battalion Canadians. 

♦MACDONALD, KENNETH N.... 5 Plantation Road. 

Killed in Action, 14th March, 1915; Royal Highlanders of Canada. 

MACFARLANE, DONALD M.... Keith Street. 

Canadian A.S.C. 

MACFARLANE, HUDSON T.... 27 Kenneth Street. 

5th Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

MACFARLANE, RODK R. ... 27 Kenneth Street. 

1st Battalion Vancouver Volunteer Reserve. 



MACF ARQUHAR, JOHN 

27th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACKAY, JOHN 

45th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS 

8th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH 

4Sth Highlanders of Canada. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO 

Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

Wounded; slight; 9th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACIVER, ALEX. J 

48th Highlanders of Canada. 

MACLEAN, MURDO 

74th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACLEOD, ALLAN 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

29th (Vancouver) Battalion C.E.F. 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

29th Battalion, 6th Brigade, C.E.F. 

MACLEOD, D 

Canadian Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, DUNCAN 

30th Battalion C.E.F 

^MACLEOD, MALCOLM 



22 Bayhead. 

28 Scotland Street. 

26 James Street. 
18 Plantation Road. 
1 Kenneth Street. 

4 Garden Road. 
14 Plantation Road. 
42 Kenneth Street. 

26 New Street. 
6 Murray's Court. 

33 Keith Street. 

Caberfeidh Bdgs. 

Craigleor, Lewis St. 

84 Keith Street. 



Missing since 29th April, 1915 ; King's Own Gordon Highlanders of 
Canada. 



MACLEOD, MURDO 

7Sth Battalion C.E.F. 

MACRAE, ALEX 

9th Battalion C.E.F. 

MACRAE, ALEX 

27th (City of Winnipeg) Battalion C.E.F. 

MACRAE, DONALD 

MACRAE, JAMES D 

52nd Battalion C.E.F. 



24 New Street. 

78 Keith Street. 

13 South Beach. 

12 New Street. 
T8 Keith Street. 



70 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACRAE, JOHN ... 2 Keith Street. 

50th Battalion C.E.F. 

♦MACRITCHIE, JOHN 67 Kipper Road. 

28th Battalion C.E.F. 
Officially reported mis;ing; unofficially reported Killed in June, 1915. 

MATHESON, WM. H 23 Scotland Street. 

20th Battalion C.E.F. 

MONTGOMERY, RODK. ... 22 South Beach. 

19th Battalion C.E.F. 

MORISON, MURDO 54 Keith Street. 

MORRISON, MURDO Mid Keith St. 

British Columbia Regiment. 

MUNRO, WILLIAM Ropework Cottage. 

4th Brigade, C.F.A. 

*MURRAY, ALLAN Keith Street. 

Wounded in Action, 25th April, 1915, and died on field; 5th battalion* 
C.E.F. 

MURRAY, MALCOLM, Corpl. ... 18 Keith Street. 
♦MURRAY, THOMAS Keith Street. 

5th Battalion C.E.F. Believed Killed, 29 bh April, 1915; brother of 
Allan, above. 

ROSS, ANGUS Ropework Cottage 

STEWART, JAMES 14 Plantation Road. 

41th Battalion C.E.F. 



Other Colonials. 

Lieut. DAVID TOLMIE, Francis Street, Jamaica 
Reserve Regiment. 

GREENFIELD, J. K., Sergt. ... F.C. Manse. 

Natal Light Horse. 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM ... 21 Cromwell Street. 

Australian Contingent. 

MACFARQUHAR, DONALD ... 22 Bayhead. 

South African Defence Foroe. 

MACKENZIE, RODK. J 26 James Street. 

Colombo Defence Force. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN 9 Keith Street. 

Wounded; 16th Battalion Australian Imperial Force. 

MAIR, HUGH M 2 Shell Street. 

Australian Commonwealth Naval Brigade Train. 

MAIR, JOSEPH 2 Shell Street 

Australian Contingent. 



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MORISON, GEORGE Scotland Street. 

Wounded; Australian Contingent. 

NE WALL, SAMUEL Kenneth Street. 

Australian Contingent. 

SMITH, JOHN M Lewis Street. 

South African Expeditionary Force. 



Other Units. 

Lieut. WILLIAM MARTIN, Castle Grounds, 3rd 
London Scottish. 

Lieut. DONALD MACNEILL, 31 Lewis Street. 
6th Royal Fusiliers. 

Lieut JAMES MACDONELL, Lewis Street, 
Scottish Rifles. 

Lieut JOHN SMITH, Keith Street, Scottish Rifles. 
BAIN, ANGUS A Gowancroft 

University Training Corps. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN 32 Kenneth Street 

6th. King's Liverpool. 

CRAIG, ARCHD., Pte 61 Bayhead. 

16th West Torks Regiment. 

CRAIG, FRANK W., Qr.-Mr.Sgt... 61 Bayhead. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

CRAIG, JOHN, Bombadier ... 61 Bayhead. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

*MAC ARTHUR, DON., Trooper... 12 Plantation Roaa. 

Killed in Action, 27th September, 1915. 

*MACDONALD, GEORGE, Pte... 52 Bayhead. 

Killed in Action, 26th February, 1915; 1st Royal Fusiliers. 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM, Pte... 52 Bayhead. 

1st K.O.S.B. 

MACFARLANE, JOHN, Trooper 27 Kenneth Street 

Gassed; 1st Essex Teomanry. 

MACGREGOR, MATTHEW, Pte. Cairndhu. 

5th Scottish Rifles. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX, Pte. ... 41 South Beach. 

Royal Scots. 

MACKENZIE, IAN 30 James Street 

University Training Corps. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN McR, Pte... 26 James Street. 

17th Hig-hlanc.il Light Infantry. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH ... 53 Bayhead. 

University Training Corps. 

MACLEAN, NORMAN, Pte. ... 60 Keith Street 

Black Watch. 





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73 



MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM M., Pte. 

Highland Light Infaaitry. 

MACRAE, DUNCAN D., Sergt. ... 

7th Border Regiment; Wounded. 

MACRAE, JOHN A., Trooper ... 

Scottish Horse. 

MACRAE, RODK. N., Trooper ... 

Scottish Horse. 

MACRAE, PETER, Sergt. 

7th Border Regiment ; wounded. 

MURRAY, MATTHEW, Pte. ... 

14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

NEWALL, FRED. 

University Training Corps. 

^ICOLSON, RODERICK, Crpl... 

Royal Horse Artillery. 

PAYNE, WILLIAM J 

University Training Corps. 

PEDDIE, WILLIAM, Pte. 

9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

SIME, ROBT. j.. Brigade Trmptr... 

Royal Horse Artillery. 

STEPHEN, RODERICK, Pte. ... 

Queen's Westminsters. 

-STEWART, DONALD, Sgt. . . . 

Killed in Action, November, 1915. 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES 

Special Guide, Lake Nyassa — .F. 

TURPIE, DAVID S, Trooper ... 

14th Hussars. 



Kenneth St., H.L.L 
20 Church Street. 

13 South Beach. 
26 Lewis Street 
45 Kenneth Street. 
13 South Beach. 
20 Church Street. 

Kenneth Street. 

Bay head. 

Brentor. 
6T Keith Street. 
25 Lewis Street. 
18 James Street. 
85 Cromwell Street. 
63 Bayhead. 
18 Francis Street. 



Lewis Hospital. 
Cairndhu. 



Nurses. 

NTurse BESSIE BAXTER 

Stobhill Military Hospital, Glasgow. 

Nurse KATE MACGREGOR .... 

Attached Mediterranean Forces. 

Nurse MARY MACLEAN ... Church Street. 

Queen Alexandra Imperial Military Nursing Service. 

Nurse C. M. MACRAE Barvas Lodge. 

St. Andrew's Hospital, London 

Nurse MARY A. MACRAE ... Barvas Lodge. 

Matron, Grand Duchess George of Russia's Hospital, Harrogate. 

Nurse MARY B. MARTIN ... Cromwell Street 

Women's hmergency Service Corps 

Nurse ALLENA MORISON ... Keith Street. 

Matron, Military Hospital, Inverness. 



LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE. 




Lewis R.N.R.'s on H.M.S. "Carmania" 




Lewis R.N.R.'s on H.M..S. " nermione 

(Notice lettering on trousers of front row) 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



75- 



Stornoway Defence Corps. 

Major ANGUS BAIN, V.D., Gowancroft, Goathill 
Crescent. 



Sergt.-Major ROD. MACLEAN 
Sergt. JAS. W. MACGILVRAY 
Sergt. THOMAS SIME ... 
Sergt. DAVID SWAN ... 
ANDERSON, JAMES P. ... 
CAMPBELL, RODERICK 
CARNEGIE, FRANK P. ... 
CLARK, DAVID 

FRASER, WILLIAM 

GIBSON, W.J 

LEES, WALTER 

MAC ARTHUR, ANGUS ... 

MACDONALD, BENJAMIN 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER 
MACKENZIE, JAMES ... 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 

MACLEAN, HECTOR ... 
MACLEAN, JOHN M. ... 

MACLENNAN, KENNETH 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 

MACRAE, ARCHIBALD 

MONTGOMERY, KENNETH 

MORRISON, JOHN M'R. 
MORRISON, MATTHEW G. 
MORRISON, RODERICK A. 



Parkview, 

Granite House. 

25 Lewis Street. 

9 Cromwell Street. 

Glen House. 

5 Scotland Street. 

Imperial Hotel. 

Schoolhouse,, 

Laxdale. 

Schoolhouse, 

SandwickhilL 

Nicolson Institute.. 

Goathill Farm. 

10 Plantation Road, 

69 Keith Street. 
23 Scotland Street. 

9 Bank Street. 
40 Lewis Street. 
Gladstone Hse.^ 

Caberfeidh, 
Orinsay, 

T North Beach. 

40 Church Street. 

59 Keith Street. 

39 Keith Street. 

27 Francis Street. 

Kenneth Street 
20 James Street. 



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MUNRO, HUGH 30 Newton. 

MURRAY, DONALD, Dr. ... The Cottage. 

ROSS, MALCOLM 20 Keith Street. 

SMITH, RODERICK Brentor. 

STEWART, NORMAN 53 Kenneth Street 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM H 40 Newton. 



The following list of Officers and Men belonging to 
Lewis appears on the register of 

National Reserve. 

Lieut. JOHN N. ANDERSON, solicitor (Recruiting- 
Agent for R.N.V.R.) 

Lieut. HUGH MACLEOD, 53 Kenneth Street. 

Sergt-Major RODERICK MACLEAN, Scotland St r 
Stornoway (Recruiting Agent). 

Sergt. DONALD MACKAY, 18 New Street (joined 
Ross Mountain Battery). 

Sergt. KENNETH MACKENZIE, 2T Keith Street. 

Sergt. WM. MACKENZIE, 24 Bayhead (joined Ross 
Mountain Battery). 

Sergt. RODERICK MACRAE, 78 Keith Street 
(joined Ross Mountain Battery). 

Sergt. A. D. SMITH, 51 Bayhead (joined Ross 
Mountain Battery, as. Instructor). 

JAMES GARDNER, 71 Kenneth Street. 

MURDO BUCHANAN, 18 Uigan, Uig (joined Ross 
Mountain Battery). 

KEITH MACDONALD, 17 Scotland Street. 

ALEX. M, MACKENZIE, 53 Bayhead (joined Ross 
Mountain Battery). 

COLIN G. MACKENZIE, Park House, Stornoway. 

MURDO MACLEOD, 2 Upper Ban-as. 

MURDO NICOLSON, 16 Keith Street 



78 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



Local Home Defence. 

Dr MACKENZIE, Admiralty Surgeon and Agent 
(Medical Officer, S.N.C.) 

Rev. H. ANDERSON MEADEN, Chaplain of the 
Naval Base (Director, S.N.C.) 

Lieut. FUNNELL, R.N.D.W., Chief Officer (Execu- 
tive Officer, S.N.C.) 

Lieut. FAUX, R.N. 

W. J. SHERGOLD, CO., R.N. 
A. LAKER, CO., R.N. 
W. RANGER, C.P.O., R.N. 
W. MILLER, C.P.O., R.N. 

F. KEELEY, P.O., R.N. 
W. DON, R.N. 

C NORTHOVER, R.N. 

G. BLAND, R.N. 
A. ATLEE, R.N. 
H, MILNE, R.N. 

R. HARCOURT, R.N. 

A. DUGDALE, R.N. 

C SEWELL, R.N. 

K. MACLENNAN, R.N. 

S. BAKER, R.N. 

J. MACAULAY, R.N. 

N. CAMPBELL, R.N. 

D. M. MACLEAN, P.O., Stornoway Naval Corps. 

J. MACLEOD, P.O., do. 

A. N. GRAHAM, P.O., do. • 

D. MACIVER, P.O., do 

R. MACLEOD, do. 

D. M. MACLEAN, do. 

W. H. MACDONALD, do. 

R. A. NEWALL, do. 



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79 



J. A. MACASKILL, do. 

R. BENNETT, do. 

H. MACKENZIE, do. 

E D. C. MATHESON, do. 

J. W. MORRISON, do. 

E. B. D. MACKENZIE, do. 

K. D. BAIN, do. 

M. M. MACLEAN, do. 

M. MACKENZIE, do. 

M. MACDONALD, do. 

H. DISHER, do. 

D. BUCHANAN, do. 

M. CAMPBELL, do. 



IN HOLLAND SINCE ANTWERP FELL. 




THE HONOURS OF WAR. 



(See Notes on opposite page) 






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Private Donald Macleod, Seaforths Sergt, Donald Smith, Seaforths 

27 Habost, Ness Geilir, Bayble 




*Lance-5ergt Wm. Macneill, Seaforths 

1 Carishader 




Pte. Alex. Thomson, Seaforths— T.F 





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ROLL OF HONOUR. 81 



THE HONOURS OF WAR. 



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Corporal DONALD Smith, 1st Battalion Seaforth High- 
landers, son of Mr Donald Smith, Geilir, Bayble, Stornoway, 
was promoted Sergeant and awarded the D.C.M. for " con- 
spicuous gallantry on 20th December, 1914, at Givenchy, 
when he made a gallant stand at his traverse in the centre 
of his trench, which was being enfiladed. He accounted 
for at least eight of the enemy, and later stopped any 
further advance by bomb-throwing." 

Private DONALD MACLEOD, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders,, 
son of Mr John Macleod, 2T Habost, Ness, was awarded 
the Distinguished Conduct Medal " for conspicuous gal- 
lantry and coolness on 10th March, 1915, at Neuve 
Chapelle in bombing the enemy in their trenches and 
driving them out traverse by traverse." Private Macleod> 
a fine young fellow, very full, of life, has been in the Sea- 
forths for about five years. He has also been awarded a 
Russian decoration — the Cross of the Order of St George 
(4th Class). Private Macleod is 24 years of age. 

Lance-Sergeant WILLIAM MACNEILL, 1st Seaforth 
Highlanders, son of Mr William Macneill, 1 Carishader, 
Uig, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for 
his " gallantry, energy, and excellent work, especially in 
bomb-throwing, at Givenchy, on 20th December, 1914." 
He was also awarded the Russian Cross of the Order of 
St George (4th Class). Unfortunately, Lance-Sergeant 
Macneill did not live to enjoy his decoration, being killed 
in action at Rue-de-Bois, Flanders, on 9th May, 1915. 
Early in the engagement he was wounded in the shoulder, 
but} declined to retire, saying he would not leave his com- 
rades. Shortly afterwards he was struck in the head by 
a piece of shrapnel and killed. The last words of this 
brave Lewisman were a request that his friends might be 

6 



82 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

told that he died doing his duty in defence of King and 
Country, and that he had done his best. He had been 
nine years in the Seaforths. A few months after he en- 
listed he was drafted to India, and remained there till the 
outbreak of the European War, when he came to France 
with the Indian Expeditionary Force. In India he saw 
some fierce fighting on the North-West Frontier, and was 
noted for his bravery and daring. 

Private Alexander THOMSON, l/4th (Ross Highland) 
Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (T.F.), son of Mr James 
Thomson, merchant, Tong, Stornoway, was awarded the 
D.C.M. "for conspicuous gallantry on March 11th, 1915, 
when he left his trench under heavy fire and brought a 
wounded man a distance of 40 yards into cover, under 
difficult and dangerous circumstances, the enemy being 
only 200 yards away." In an engagement next day (12th 
March) Private Thomson was wounded, but after a spell 
in hospital recovered and rejoined his unit in the firing 
line. At the outbreak of hostilities he was a teacher 
under the Glasgow School Board, but early in the war he 
joined the Army, and was drafted to the Front in October, 
1914. 

Trooper NEIL MACIVER, of the 16th Light Horse, 
Canadian Contingent, a native of Coll, Stornoway, was 
mentioned in despatches by Sir John French for his gallant 
and distinguished conduct at Festubert. During a fierce 
engagement his brother John, also a trooper in the same 
regiment, was wounded in eight places, and Neil succeeded 
in carrying him into safety. Afterwards, under a galling 
fire, he left the trench and brought in another wounded 
man. Major Hawker, of the 16th Light Horse, in a con- 
gratulatory letter, wrote : — " From all accounts I have 
received, you nobly earned the distinction, which is magni- 
fied a thousand times when gained amongst so many brave 
men where brave deeds were being done every second. 
But yours, my boy, stands out so conspicuously as to merit 
the honour of being the first man of the Province of 
Saskatchewan to be mentioned during the war." 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



83 



LAXDALE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



> •< 



{Laxdale, Benside, Guershader, New Valley and 

Coulregrein.) 



» « ♦ i ♦ 



Population last Census, 826 (Males. 383 ; Females, 443). 

Number of Men serving, 71 (9% of total ; 
19% of Males). 



» ■ » » • 



Royal Navy. 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM . . . 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 

MACINTOSH, HUGH ... 

MACKAY, DONALD ... 

■♦MACKENZIE, HUGH, Stoker 



4 Laxdale. 

10 Benside. 

9 Coulregrein. 

11 Guershader. 
3 Laxdale. 



46 Laxdale. 



Lost on H.M.S. "Triumph," 26th May, 1915. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, DUNCAN ... 
CAMPBELL, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

MACKENZIE, COLIN . . . 

MACLEOD, JOHN 



28 Benside. 
28 Benside. 

25 Benside. 
Laxdale. 

11 New Valley. 

2 Benside. 



LOSSES AMONG LAXDALE LADS 




Pte. Alex. Shaw, 10 New Valley, 

killed 11th Nov., 1914 




,.-■ ■-:■■;■>■■:■■■,:-$ 

::■■ ■■:■:■■:■:■:■■ Z 



Pte. John Shaw. 10 New Valley 

killed 9th May, 11)15 ^ ,,. 



i 1 



iy'W : - 




Pte. Alex. ,D. Graham, 33 Benside, 

killed 25th April, 1915 



*&%%&&&?%& 



^^^^^^^^^^ 






Pte, Murdo Montgomery, 
50 Benside, 

killed 14th Dec, J914 



Pte. John R. Macdonald, 
New Valley, 

killed 6th Nov., 1914 



Note— Ptes. Alex, and John Shaw are brothers 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



85 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



ERASER, JOHN M., Pte. ... 
-♦GRAHAM, ALEX. DAN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

■*MACDONALD, JOHN R., Pte. 

Killed in Action. 

MACDONALD, NEIL, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Sgt. 
MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. 

G-as Poisoned. 

MACKENZIE, RODERICK, Sgt 
MACLEAN, ANGUS, Piper 

Severely Wounded in shoulder. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, Cpl 

Wounded in arm. 



MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DUNCAN, Pte. .. 

Wounded; discharged. 

^MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. .. 

Killed in Action, 25tb December, 1914. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. .. 
MACLEOD, WM. J., Pte 

MACRAE, RODERICK, Pte. .. 

MACRITCHIE, MALCOLM, Pte 

Wounded in shoulder. 



MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded in chest and arm. 

MORRISON, FRANK H., Pte. 
MORRISON, RODERICK, Pte. 

Wounded in leg. 

MUNRO, ANGUS, Pte. ... 
•SHAW, JOHN, Cpl. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 



12 Sand Street, 
33 Benside. 

New Valley. 

13 New Valley. 

New Valley. 

19 Benside. 

4 New Valley. 

13 Benside. 

12 Guershader. 

8 Guershader. 

14 Benside. 

2 Benside. 

14 Benside. 

10 Benside. 

3 Goathill Road. 

49 Benside. 
3 Benside. 

New Valley. 

2 Coulregrein. 
Coulregrein. 

20 Coulregrein. 

New Valley. 



a.L 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO A., Pte.... Guershader. 
MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. ... 3 Coulregrein. 



86 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 

Wounded second time. 

♦MONTGOMERY, MURDO, Pte... 

Killed in Action, 14th December, 1914. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. . . . 

Prisoner in Germany. 

STEWART, ALEX. DAN, Pte. ... 

Prisoner in Germany. 

STEWART, JOHN, Pte 



38 Laxdale. 

50 Benside. 

51 Benside. 

45 Benside. 
45 Benside. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. . . . Coulregrein. 

... 49 Benside. 



MACRAE, JOSEPH, Pte 

Injured. 

*SHAW, ALEX., Pte 

Killed in Action, 11th November, 1914. 



New Valley, 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACDONALD, DONALD M. ... 10 Benside. 
MACIVER, NORMAN, Driver 
MACKENZIE, JOHN A., M.A. 



MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 

MATHESON, JOHN, Driver 

MORRISON, MURDO, Bom. 

Wounded at Dardanelles, 25th June, 1915. 



37 Laxdale. 
2 Laxdale. 



1 Laxdale. 

2 Sand Street. 

Benadrove. 
1 Laxdale. 



Canadian Contingent. 

BUCHANAN, ANGUS 19 New Valley. 



MACDONALD, GEORGE 

MACKAY, JOHN 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 

Oame from Canada to enlist in 10th 

MACLEAN, ALLAN 
MACLEAN, KENNETH ... 



T Guershader. 
7 Laxdale. 
Guershader. 



Sealortns. 



New Valley. 
8 Guershader. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



87 



MACLEOD, WILLIAM . 
SHAW, NEIL 



13 Benside. 

New Valley. 



Other Units. 



MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

Scottish Rifles. 

MACDONALD, ROBERT 

Royal Engineers. 

MACIVER, ALEX. 

Scots Guards. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 

Scots Greys. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

Glasgow's Own Artillery. 

MACPHERSON, J. A. ... 

Army Service Corps. 

^MACPHERSON, MALCOLM 

Army Service'Corps. 

MORRISON, HECTOR ... 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

MUNRO, A. D 

Royal Engineers. 

MURRAY, JOHN 

Royal Engineers. 

MURRAY, MURDO 

2/1 Lovat Slants. 

•STEWART, THOMAS, Pte. 

Highland Light Infantry. Killed in 



...48 Barvas Road. 
. .. IT Laxdale. 

... 12 New Valley. j 

4 New Valley. 

. .. 38 Laxdale. 

... 17 New Valley. 
... 17 New Valley. 

Hawthorn Cottage. 

Coulregrein. 

1 Guershader. 
Guershader. 

Coulregrein. 

Action, 13th November, 1914. 




TONG SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 




John Macleod, R.N.R.. 25 Aird- 
of-Tong, drowned Feb., 1915 



r 





Evander Maciver. R.N.R.. 
3 Tong, killed 22nd March, 1915 




Standing— Pte. John Macdonald, 6 Aird-of-Tong, 

died of wounds, 17th March, 1915 

Sitting— Pte. Dun. Macmillan, 22 Aird-of-Tong. 

missing from 29th October, 1914 ; since reported dead 



wwy%? : ' } ' 




L-Corpl Anijus Macleod. 12 Tong, 
killed 9th May, 1915 




Pte. Mai. Macleod. 8 Tong, 
killed 9th May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 89 



TONG SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



» • ♦ « ^ 



(Tong and Aird of Tong.) 



» » » > ■» 



Population last Census, 482 (Males, 213 ; Females, 269). 
Number of Men serving, 12 (15% of total ; 
34% of Males). 



-♦*-•-*+- 



Royal Navy. 

•CAMERON, ALEX., Sgt, R.M. ... 28 Aire! of Tong. 

Survivor from H M S. " Triumph," ; discharged ; time expired. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Carpenter ... 5 Tong. 

Survivor from "Hawke." 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Ship's Cpl. 31 Tong. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

ANDERSON, JAMES 14 Tong. 

CAMERON, DONALD 28 Aird of Tong. 

Interned in Holland. 

FINLAYSON, ANGUS 24 Aird of Tong. 

*FINLAYSON, DONALD ... 19 Aird of Tong. 

Lost in 'Clan Macnaughton" Disaster, February, 1915. 

FINLAYSON, GEORGE 13 Aird of Tong. 

FINLAYSON, JOHN 16 Tong. 

FINLAYSON, JOHN 11 Aird of Tong. 

MACDONALD, DONALD ... 3 Tong. 

MACFARLANE, ALEXANDER. 9 Aird of Tong. 

MACINNES, ANGUS 6 Tong. 

MACINNES, JOHN 6 Tong. 

Joined H.M.S. "Glasgow" at Falkland Islands.. 



90 



LOYAL LEWIS." 



*MACIVER, EVANDER ... 

Killed in Aotion, 22nd March, 1915. 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, KENNETH ... 
MACIVER, MALCOLM ... 

MACKENZIE, DONALD 

MACKINNON, RODERICK 

MACLENNAN, ALEXANDER 
MACLENNAN, DONALD 
MACLENNAN, GEORGE 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
*MACLEOD, JOHN 

Lost in "Clan M&cnaugiiton" Disaster 

MACLEOD, MURDO ... 

MURRAY, DONALD ... 

*SMITH, JOHN 

Killed at Sea, 20th October, 1915. 

STEWART, ALEXANDER 
STEWART, KENNETH ... 

THOMSON, JOHN 
THOMSON, JOHN 
THOMSON, MURDO ... 



3 Tong. 

22 Aird of Tong. 
33 Aird of Tong. 
T Tong. 

35 Aird of Tong. 

22 Aird of Tong. 

1 Tong. 

4 Aird of Tong. 
7 Tong. 

14 Aird of Tong. 
19 Aird of Tong. 
25 Aird of Tong. 

February, 1915. 

19 Aird of Tong. 

15 Aird of Tong. 

20 Aird of Tong. 

1 Aird of Tong. 
11 Tong. 

35 Tong. 

18 Aird of Tong. 

18 Aird of Tong. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



ANDERSON, ANGUS, Pte. 
CAMPBELL, RODK., Pte. 
FINLAYSON. MALCOLM, Pte. 



14 Tong. 

15 Aird of Tong. 
14 Tong. 



*MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 8 Aird of Tong. 

Wounded and Missing since 9th May ; since officially reported killed. 



♦MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 17th March, 1915. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte.. 
*MACDONALD, SAMUEL, Pte. . 

Killed in Action, 12th March, 1915. 

MACFARLANE, JOHN, Pte. . 
MACINNES, ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl. . 

Wounded at Hill GO. 

MACINNES, NORMAN, Sgt. . 



6 Aird of Tong. 

6 Aird of Tong. 

8 Aird of Tong. 

9 Aird of Tong. 
6 Tong. 

6 Tong. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 91 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 35 Aird of Tong. 

Wounded at Festubert, 9th May, 1915; Host his right arm. 

MACLENNAN, DONALD, Pte.... 1 Tong. 
♦MACLEOD, ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl. ... 12 Tong. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. ... 10 Aird of Tong. 

Wounded at Neuve Chapelle, 12th March, 1915. 

*MURRAY, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 10 Tong. 

Killed in Action, 21st December, 1914. 

THOMSON, ALEX., Pte. ... 15 Tong. 

Wounded, and awarded D.C.M. for gallantry at Keuve ChapellLe, 

THOMSON, JOHN, Sergt. ... 15 Tong. 

Wounded at Hill 60. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

*MACMILLAN, DONALD, Pte. ... 21 Aird of Tong. 

Missing, 29th October, 1915 ; since reported dead. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte 25 Aird of Tong. 

Wounded at Tpres. 

MACLEOD, WM. (Kenneth) ... 12 Tong. 
MATHESON, MURDO, Pte. ... 13 Aird of Tong, 

Wounded at Ypres. 

SMITH, JOHN, Pte. 11 Aird of Tong. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

FINLAYSON, WILLIAM, Piper... 24 Aird of Tong. 
MACMILLAN, JOHN, Pte. ... 21 Aird of Tong. 

Ross Mountain Battery. 

FINLAYSON, DONALD, Piper... 19 Aird of Tong. 
MATHESON, ALEX., Sgt. ... 13 Aird of Tong. 
THOMSON, ALEX., Cpl 15 Tong. 

Canadian Contingent. 

CAMERON, NORMAN ... ... 28 Aird of Tong. 

MACDONALD, RODERICK ... 9 Tong. 
MACFARLANE, NORMAN ... 9 Aird of Tong. 



92 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKINNON, ALEX 

MACLEOD, ANGUS (George) ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN (Peter) 
MACLEOD, M. (Coinne ch Mor)... 

THOMSON, JOHN (Donald) ... 



22 Aird of Tong. 

21 Aird of Tong. 
12 Tong. 
12 Tong. 

18 Aird of Tong. 



Other Units. 



Lieut. GEORGE THOMSON, 32 Tong, 

13th Worcestershires. 

MACLEOD, A. (Coinneach Mor)... 12 Tong. 

H.M.B.F.A. 

♦MACLEOD, MALCOLM 8 Tong. 

1st Black Watch. Wounded at Ypres; Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 



THOMSON, ALEX. 

South African Defence Force. 



32 Tong. 



Tong and Back Boys Photographed in France. 




Standing (left to right) — A. Mackenzie, Back ; N. Macdonald, Tong ; 
D. Mackenzie, Back, 

(Sitting (left to right) — M. Macmillan, Back ; A. Thomson, Tong 
(D.C.M.) ; J. Macfarlane, long ; M. Finlayson, Tong. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



93 



BACK SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•»- «-«♦- 



(Vatisker, Lighthill, Coll and Back.) 



-*►♦-<-♦- 



Population last Census, 1443 (Males, 668 ; Females, 775). 

Number of Men serving, 240 ( 1 7°/ of total ; 

36% of Males.) 



-• ►"-*-*•- 



Royal Navy. 

MACLEOD, RODK., P.O., G.I. ... 44 Back. 

H.M.S. "Orama." 

MURRAY, JOHN, 1st Class P.O... 62 Back. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

Sub-Lieut. ALEX. MACRAE, 40 Vatisker. 



BEATON, ALEX. D. 
BEATON, GEORGE 

Prisoner in Germany. 

BEATON, KENNETH 
BEATON, MURDO 



CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 



ALEXANDER 
ANGUS 
DONALD 
DONALD 
JOHN 
JOHN 
JOHN 



Prisoner in Germany. 

FERGUSON, ALEXANDER 
FERGUSON, EVANDER 
FERGUSON, KENNETH 



15 Vatisker. 
11 Coll. 

3T Coll. 

15 Vatisker. 

8 Vatisker. 
11 Vatisker. 

3 Vatisker. 
33 Coll. 

11 Vatisker. 
6 Vatisker. 

12 Coll. 

18 Vatisker. 

New St., Back. 
Lighthill. 



94 



LOYAL LEWIS." 



GRAHAM, ALEXANDER 


... 8 Back. 


GRAHAM, ALEXANDER 


...10 Coll. 


GRAHAM, ALEXANDER 


New St., Back. 


GRAHAM, ALEXANDER 


... 24 Back. 


GRAHAM, ANGUS 


...24 Back. 


GRAHAM, ANGUS 


...41 Back. 


GRAHAM, ANGUS 


Coll. 


GRAHAM, ANGUS 


...71 Coll. 


GRAHAM, DONALD 


...71 Coll. 


Interned in Holland. 




GRAHAM, DONALD 


... 5 Coll. 


Interned in Holland. 




GRAHAM, DONALD 


... 15 Back. 


GRAHAM, DONALD ... 


...27 Back. 


GRAHAM, DONALD 


...45 Coll. 


GRAHAM, RODERICK ... 


. .. 16 Vatisker. 


GUNN, KENNETH 


Outend, Back. 


MACASKILL, GEORGE ... 


Lighthill. 


Prisoner 1 in Germany. 




MACASKILL, JOHN ... 


Lighthill. 


MACDONALD, ALEXANDER 


...25 Coll. 


MACDONALD, ANGUS A. 


...17 Coll. 


MACDONALD, EVANDER 


... New St., Back. 


MACDONALD, JOHN . . . 


...27 Coll. 


MACDONALD, JOHN . . . 


Lighthill. 


MACDONALD, JOHN (Sen.) 


...17 Back. 


MACDONALD, JOHN (Jun.) 


...17 Back. 


MACDONALD, KENNETH 


... 36 Vatisker. 


MACDONALD, KENNETH 


...13 Coll. 


MACDONALD, MALCOLM 


...17 Coll. 


MACDONALD, MURDO 


Outend, Back. 


MACDONALD, MURDO 


...42 Back. 


MACDONALD, NEIL ... 


2 Vatisker. 


MACDONALD, NORMAN 


...50 Coll. 


MACDONALD, RODERICK 


...11 Back. 


MACGREGOR, NORMAN 


...54 Back. 


MACIVER, ALEXANDER 


...57 Coll. 


MACIVER, DONALD ... 


.. 7 Coll. 


Prisoner in Germany. 




MACIVER, DONALD ... 


Outend, Coll. 


MACIVER, DONALD ... 


.. 34 Back. 


MACIVER, DONALD ... 


1 Vatisker. 


MACIVER, JOHN 


.. 61 Coll. 


MACIVER, JOHN 


.. 49 Coll. 


MACIVER, JOHN 


.. 47 Coll. 


MACIVER, JOHN 


.. 23 Coll. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



95 



MACIVER, KENNETH ... 


... 61 Coll. 


MACIVER, KENNETH ... 


... 23 Coll. 


MACIVER, MALCOLM ... 


.'.. 27 Vatisker. 


MACIVER, MALCOLM ... 


... 36 Coll. 


MACIVER, MURDO 


Catherine Hill. 


Prisoner in Germany. 




MACIVER, MURDO 


... 31 Coll. 


Interned in Holland. 




MACIVER, MURDO 


... 33 Coll. 


MACIVER, MURDO 


... 38 Coll. 


MACIVER, NORMAN ... 


... 34 Coll. 


MACKAY, ALEXANDER 


... 23 Back. 


MACKAY, JOHN 


... 65 Coll. 


MACKENZIE, JOHN 


... 26b Back. 


MACKENZIE, KENNETH 


... 51 Lighthill. 


MACKENZIE, KENNETH 


... 44 Coll. 


MACLEAN, DONALD ... 


6 Back. 


MACLEAN, KENNETH 


... 7 Coll. 


MACLEAN, MURDO 


... 7 Coll. 


MACLEAN, MURDO 


... 66 Coll. 


MACLEAN, RODERICK 


... 30 Coll. 


MACLENNAN, DONALD 


... 4 Coll. 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 


... 66 Lighthill, 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 


Lighthill. 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 


Outend, ColL 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 


... 37 Back. 


MACLEOD, ANGUS 


... 35 Back. 


MACLEOD, ANGUS 


... 14 Vatisker. 


Saved from "Hermes." 




MACLEOD, ANGUS 


... 29 Vatisker. 


MACLEOD, ANGUS 


... 44 Back. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


... 63 Coll. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


... 2 Coll. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


... 49 Back. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


New St., Back. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


... 23 Coll. 


MACLEOD, JOHN 


3 Vatisker. 


TVfACLEOD, JOHN 


... 14 Vatisker. 


Saved from "Formidable." 




MACLEOD, JOHN 


4 Vatisker. 


MACLEOD, JOHN 


... 39 Vatisker. 


MACLEOD, JOHN 


... 43 Coll. 


MACLEOD, JOHN 


... 8 Coll. 


MACLEOD, MALCOLM ... 


... 63 Coll. 


MACLEOD, MURDO ... 


Catherine Hill. 


MACLEOD, RODERICK 


... 44 Back. 


:MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 


... 14 Vatisker. 



MEN FROM BACK 





Pte. Donald Mackay, 3 Back, 

killed 8th Jan., 1915 



Pte. Alex. Macaskill, Vatisker, 

killed 7th May, 1915 




; . _v„ iiiikv -'X^vsoaK. 



Donald Murray. R.N.R., 12 Coll, 

drowned 13th March, 1915 





Pte. Donald Maciver, 13 Vatisker. 

killed 2Gth April, 1915 



Pte. Angus Macdonald. 6 Coll, 

killed 9th May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



97 



MACLEOD, WILLIAM ... 
MACMILLAN, MALCOLM 

MACRAE, ANGUS 
MACRAE, DONALD 

MACRITCHIE, NORMAN 
MARTIN, ALEXANDER 

Saved, from "Formidable. " 

MARTIN, DONALD 



MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 



ANGUS 

JAMES 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

MALCOLM 



MUNRO, WILLIAM 



. 20 Back. 

. 26 Back. 

. 23 Back. 
. 46 Vatisker. 

Lighthill. 

. 17 Vatisker. 

. 58 Lighthill. 

. 12 Vatisker. 

. 36 Coll. 

. 15 Vatisker. 

. 30 Vatisker. 
Lighthill 

. 10 Coll. 

. 1 Back. 

. 1 Back. 

. 35 Back. 

. 40 Back. 



MURRAY, ALEXANDER '... 9 Back. 

MURRAY, ANGUS .IT Coll. 

MURRAY, ANGUS Lighthill. 

♦MURRAY, DONALD 12 Coil. 

Lost in "Baya.no" Disaster, 13th March, 1915. 

MURRAY, JOHN 63 Lighthill. 

MURRAY, MURDO Lighthill. 

MURRAY, RODERICK 9 Back. 



NICOLSON, JOHN 

Intsrned in Holland. 

NICOLSON, MURDO 

SMITH, ANGUS ... 
SMITH, JOHN 



STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 
STEWART, 



ALEXANDER 
ALEXANDER 
DONALD ... 
GEORGE ... 
GEORGE ... 
HUGH 
JOHN 

KENNETH ... 
NORMAN ... 



1 Coll. 

1 Coll. 

13 Coll. 
26 Coll. 

4 Vatisker. 

4 Vatisker. 
26 Coll. 
53 Coll. 
IT Back. 
35 Coll. 
50 Lighthill. 
50 Lighthill. 
47 Coll. 



98 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Lieut. MURDO MURRAY, 18 Back. 

3/4th Battalion ; wounded. 



8 Back. 



GRAHAM, ALEX., Lce.-Cpl. . 

"Wounded. 

GRAHAM, ANDREW, Pte. 
GRAHAM, ANGUS, Pte 

Wounded. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, Pte 

GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte 

Wounded. 

GRAHAM, RODERICK. Sgt. . 

FERGUSON, JOHN, Pte 

KENNEDY, ALEX. N., Pte. 

MACDONALD, ALEX., Sgt. . 
MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. . 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. J., Pte. . 

Seriously Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Sgt. . 

Wounded. 

♦MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. . 

Killed in Action. 9th. May, 1915. 

♦MACDONALD, GEO., Lce.-Cpl.. 

Killed in Action, 20th Nov., 1915. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 
MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 
MACDONALD, KENNETH, Pte. 29 Back. 

MACIYER, ALEX. M., Pte. ... 24 Vatisker. 

MACIYER, A. J., Pte 13 Vatisker. 

♦MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. ... 13 Vatisker. 

Killed in Action at Hill 60. 26th April, 1915 

... 24 Vatisker. 
... 13 Vatisker. 
... 47 Back. 



20 Coll. 
22 Coll. 




5 Coll. 
8 Back. 




11 Back. 




32 Vatisker 




13 Back. 




53 Coll. 
42 Back. 




Outend, 


Back. 


53 Coll. 




6 Coll. 




29 Coll. 




11 Back. 
Outend, 


Back 



MACIYER, GEORGE. Pte. 
MACIVER, JOHN, Cpl. .. 
MACIYER, JOHN, Pte. .. 

Gas Poisoned. 

MACIYER, NORMAN, Pte. 



43 Coll. 

44 Coll. 



^MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 

Killed in Action, 11th June, 1916, 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Pte. ... 36 Back. 
MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. ... 50 Back. 

Killed in Action, 9th May. 1915. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte 46 Back. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



99 



*MACLEAN, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MACLENNAN, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

.MACLENNAN, NORMAN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Sgt. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, GEORGE, Lce.-Cpl 

Injured; invalided home. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Pte. . 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Pte. . 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. . 

Wounded. 



MACMILLAN, MURDO, Cpl. 

MACRAE, JOHN N., Pte. ... 

MORRISON, DONALD, Lce.-Cpl 

MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 
MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 
MURRAY, JOHN ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. 
MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. ... 
STEWART, NEIL J., Pte. 
THOMSON, ALEX., Pte. ... 



6 Back. 

15 Coll. 
15 Coll. 

53 Coll. 
46 Back. 

Outend, Coll. 

19 Vatisker. 

2 Coll. 
65 Lighthill. 

54 Coll. 

55 Coll. 

26 Back. 

25 Coll. 

New St., Back. 

Catherine Hill. 
T Back. 
52 Back. 

Catherine Hill. 
52 Back. 

52 Back. 

26 Coll. 
Outend, Coll. 



Gordon Highlanders. 



GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

■♦MACASKILL, ALEX., Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 7th May, 1915. 

MACIVER, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 
*MACIVER, MURDO, Cpl. 

Killed in Action. 16th Jun<\ 1915. 

MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. 
*MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action. 



8 Back. 


Lighthill 


41 Coll. 
40 Coll. 


44 Back. 


3 Back. 



SOME LEWIS NURSES 





Nurse Allena Morison, 

Matron, Naval Base Hospital, 
Inverness 



Nurse Mary Alaclean, 

Queen Alexandra Imperial 
Nursing Service, Cairo 




?M. 



Nurse Christina Macleod, 

Matron, Highland Casualty Clearing 

Station, France 

(Mentioned in Despatches) 




Nurse Kate Macgregor, 

29th General Hospital. 
Mediterranean E.F. 






h?--' 



Nurse Mary B. Martin, 

Women's Emergency Service 
Corps, France 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



101 



MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Piper 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, Lce.-Cpl. 

Thrice Wounded. 

MARTIN, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte ... 

"Wound-ed 

MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. ... 
MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

AiURRAY, RODERICK, Pte 



Back. 

Back. 
37 Vatisker. 
6 Vatisker. 
14 Vatisker. 

59 Lighthill. 

12 Vatisker. 

Catherine Hill. 

Catherine Hill. 
33 Vatisker. 

21 Back. 



Cameron Highlanders, 

MACLEOD, NEIL, Pte Lighthill. 



NICOLSON, DONALD, Pte. 



1 Coll. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 



MACARTHUR, DON., Gunner... 
MACDONALD, JOHN, Bom. 
tMACLEAN, NORMAN, Gunner. 

Missing since May, 1915. 

MURRAY, ALEX, Sgt. ... 



Police Station. 
29 Coll. 
5 Vatisker. 

Lighthill. 



Canadian Contingent. 

FERGUSON, EVANDER ... Outend, Back. 

'GRAHAM, DONALD (Alex.) ... Outend, Coll. 

Accidentally Killed in France, ICtli February, 1915. 

GRAHAM, DONALD (Murdo) ... Outend, Back. 

GRAHAM, JOHN ... 31 Back. 



MACDONALD, ANGUS. (John)... Coll 




102 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, DONALD (Kenneth).. Coll. 
MACIVER, JOHN '..41 Coll. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, NEIL 41 Coll. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS (John) ... Back. 

MACKENZIE, GEORGE (John)... Back. 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN ... 36 Back. 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER ... 46 Back. 

MACLENNAN, ANGUS (Alex.)... 3 Coll. 

MACLEOD, DONALD (Sen.) ... 24 Back. 
MACLEOD, DONALD (Jim.) ... 24 Back. 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... ' ... Catherine Hill. 

MACMILLAN, JOHN 26a Back 

MACMILLAN, MALCOLM ... 22 Back. 

MACRAE, ANGUS 25 Coll. 

MURRAY, KENNETH 20 Vatisker. 

STEWART, MURDO 26 Coll 



Other Units. 

FERGUSON, A., Gunner 53 Back. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

GRAHAM, RODK., Sgt.-Major ... Back. 

Royal Engineers. 

*MACIVER, ALEX., Pte 36 Coll. 

Scots Guards. Missing since April ; later officially reported killed. 

MACIVER, RODK., Sgt 38 Coil. 

Scottish Rifles. 

MACLEOD, WM, Qr.-Mr.-Sgt. ... 25 Vatisker. 

Northern Nigerian Regiment; wounded. 

MARTIN, DONALD 59 Back. 

Australian Contingent. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



103 



NORTH TOLSTA SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(North Tolsta and Glen Tolsta 



Population last Census, 853 (Males, 400 ; Females, 453). 

Number of Men serving, 1 89 (22° f Q of total ; 
47% of Males). 



Royal Navy. 

Lieut MURDO MACIVER, 25 North Tolsta. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Petty Officer 66 North Tolsta. 
MARTIN, JOHN, Leading Stoker 21 North Tolsta. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 

Interned in 

CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 



ANGUS 
ANGUS 
ANGUS 
COLIN 
DONALD 

Holland. 

DONALD 

DONALD 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN (Jun.) 

JOHN 

KENNETH 

KENNETH 

MURDO .. 

TOROUIL 

TOROUIL 



54 North Tolsta. 
62 North Tolsta. 

Hill Street 
4T North Tolsta. 
13 North Tolsta. 

54 North Tolsta. 
44 North Tolsta. 
34 North Tolsta. 
54 North Tolsta. 
54 North Tolsta. 

Hill Street. 
30 North Tolsta. 
2 North Tolsta. 
54 North Tolsta. 
34 North Tolsta. 
77 North Tolsta. 



rj-.^kv -v ■, J m.-*--*t*m 



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'■'ifiii-i:v.: 




Lieut. MURDO MACIVER, R.N. 



Lieut. Maciver is a son of the late Mr Angus Maciver, 25 North 
Tolsta, Stornowav. He served for some time as a pupil-teacher in 
Tolsta Public School. In 1892, at the age of seventeen, he enlisted 
in the Roval Navy. Ten years ago he was promoted to the rank of 
Warrant Officer, 'in 1907 he was one of the four champion gunners 
of the Mediterranean Squadron. At the outbreak of war he was 
second in command on Torpedo Boat No, 1J5, and is now on a 
Submarine. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



105 



GRAHAM, A., Seaman Gunner ... 

GRAHAM, DONALD 

GRAHAM, MURDO 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, JOHN (Sen.) . . . 
MACDONALD, JOHN (Jun.) ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO (Sen.).... 
MACDONALD, MURDO (Jun.)... 
MACDONALD, RODERICK ... 
MACDONALD, TORQUIL 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM 

Interned in Holland. 

MACINNES, JOHN 
MACINNES, N., Seaman Gunner... 

MACIVER, ALEX 

Interned in Holland. 

MACIVER, ALEX 

MACIVER, ANDREW 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACIVER, ANUJS 

H.M.S. "Macedonia"; Falkland Islands. 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

MACIVER, ANGUS (Jun.) 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

MACIVER, DONALD 

MACIVER, DONALD 

Mined and Rescued. 

MACIVER, DONALD 

MACIVER, D., Leading Seaman... 

MACIVER, DONALD 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, JOHN 

Chief Carpenter, H.M. Transport "Suffolk. 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, KENNETH 



57 North Tolsta. 
39 North Tolsta. 
39 North Tolsta. 

51 North Tclsta. 

1 North Tolsta. 
1 North Tolsta. 



12 North 
16 North 
23 North 
32 North 

1 North 
16 North 
16 North 
23 North 

9 North 



Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 



51 North Tolsta. 

2 North Tolsta. 
2 North Tolsta. 

4 North Tolsta. 



80 
23 



North 
North 
North 



Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 



11 

IT North Tolsta. 

33 North Tolsta. 
33 North Tolsta. 
36 North Tolsta. 
IT North Tolsta. 
28 North Tolsta. 

62 North Tolsta. 
82 North Tolsta. 
33 North Tolsta. 
11 North Tolsta. 
25 North Tolsta. 

41 North Tolsta. 
43 North Tolsta. 
62 North Tolsta. 

69 North Tolsta. 
13 North Tolsta. 



106 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, MURDO 
MACIVER, MURDO 

Invalided Home. 

MACIVER, MURDO 
MACIVER, MURDO 
MACIVER, MURDO 
MACIVER, MURDO 
MACIVER, RODERICK 
MACIVER, RODERICK 

MACK AY, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACKAY, HECTOR 
MACKAY, KENNETH 
MACKAY, MURDO 

Invalided Home. 

MACKAY, NORMAN 
MACKAY, RODERICK 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS 
MACKENZIE, ANGUS 



... 18 North Tolsta. 

... 19 North Tolsta. 

... 25 North Tolsta. 

... 26 North Tolsta. 

... 38 North Tolsta. 

... 72 North Tolsta. 

... 10 North Tolsta. 

... 25 North Tolsta. 

... 16 North Tolsta. 

... 42 North Tolsta. 

... 30 North Tolsta. 

... 50 North Tolsta. 

... 42 North Tolsta. 

... 64 North Tolsta. 

... 28 North Tolsta. 

... 48 North Tolsta. 

MACKENZIE, D., Leading Seaman 73 North Tolsta. 

♦MACKENZIE, JOHN 37 North Tolsta. 

Drowned off H.M.T. "Izaac Walton," 12th August, 1915. 



MACLEAN, DUNCAN .. 

MACLENNAN, ALEX. ... 
MACLENNAN, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD,. ANGUS 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DONALD .. 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, DONALD .. 
MACLEOD, DONALD .. 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 



51 North Tolsta. 

35 North Tolsta. 
35 North Tolsta. 

59 North Tolsta. 

6 North Tolsta. 
45 North Tolsta. 

3 North Tolsta. 
56 North Tolsta. 
58 North Tolsta. 
56 North Tolsta. 
45 North Tolsta. 

58 North Tolsta. 



Tn.VLli.-d at his own expense from the Rocky Mountains. 



MACLEOD, MALCOLM 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

Rescued from H.M.S. "Triumph." 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM 

Travelled at his own expense from Alaska, 

MACMILLAN, ALEX 

MACMILLAN, ANGUS 



58 North Tolsta. 

34 North Tolsta. 

76 North Tolsta. 

Hill St., N. Tolsta. 

6 North Tolsta. 

34 North Tolsta. 

a distance of 9000 miles. 

4 Glen Tolsta. 
4 Glen Tolsta. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



107 



MACMILLAN, ANGUS 


. 2 Glen Tolsta. 


MACMILLAN, DONALD (Sen.). 


. 2 Glen Tolsta. 


MACMILLAN, DONALD (Jan.)... 


. 2 Glen Tolsta. 


MACMILLAN, HECTOR 


4 Glen Tolsta. 


MACMILLAN, HECTOR 


. 2 Glen Tolsta. 


Accidentally Wounded; Pensioned. 


. 


MACMILLAN, JOHN .... .. 


4 Glen Tolsta. 


Interned in Holland. 




MACRITCHIE, JOHN 


. 40 North Tolsta. 


Interned in Holland. 




MORRISON. ANGUS 


. 15 North Tolsta. 


Interned in Holland. 




MORRISON, JOHN 


. 8 North Tolsta. 


MORRISON, JOHN 


. 31 North Tolsta. 


MORRISON, JOHN 


. 46 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, ALEX 


4 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, ALEX 


. 2T North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, ALLAN 


. 4 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, DONALD 


. 27 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, DONALD 


. 22 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, DONALD 


. 37 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, DONALD 


. 69 North Tolsta. 


Rescued from H.M.S. "Triumph." 




MURRAY, EVANDER 


. 45 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, GEORGE 


. 45 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, JOHN 


. 29 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, JOHN 


. 52 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, JOHN 


. 40 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, MURDO 


22 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, MURDO 


. 27 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, MURDO 


. 45 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, MURDO 


. 50 North Tolsta. 


MURRAY, MURDO 


. 61 North Tolsta. 


Travelled at his own expense from the 


Booky Mountains. 


MURRAY, NORMAN ... 


. 49 North Tolsta. 


NICOLSON, ANGUS 


. 9 North Tolsta. 


NICOLSON, DONALD 


. 9 North Tolsta. 


NICOLSON, JOHN 


. 3 North Tolsta. 


SMITH, ALEX 


. 56 North Tolsta. 


SMITH. ANGUS 


. 52 North Tolsta. 


SMITH, JOHN 


. 24 North Tolsta. 


SMITH, M., Leading Seaman .. 


. 24 North Tolsta. 


SMITH, MURDO 


. 65 North Tolsta. 


SMITH, NORMAN 


. 55 North Tolsta. 



Interned in Holland. 



TOLSTA'S TOLL OF WAR. 




Pte. Murdo Graham. 
24 North Tolsta, 

killed 17th Oct., 1914 





Pte. John Nicolson 
9 North Tolsta, 

died of wounds 23th Feb., 1915 



:jm 



A^y^-iA&s'*ift£k$£$&5& 



Sgt. Donald" Macleod. 
12 North Tolsta. 

killed 16th May, 19L5 




Pte. Donald Martin, 

76 North Tolsta, 

killed 8th July, 1915 






Pte. John Graham, 
39 North Tolsta, 

killed 20th Julv, 1915 



Corpl. Angrus Macleod, 
56 North Tolsta. - 
killed 19th June, 19 15 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



109* 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



•CAMPBELL, ALEX., Pte. 

Killed in Action, 19tli May, 1915. 

FINLAYSON, WM, Pte 

*GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 17th October, 1914. 

GUNN, WM. Pte 

MACDONALD, KENNETH, Pte 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. . 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. . 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM, Pte 

MACIVER, ALEX., Pte 

MACIVER, EVANDER, Pte. . 
MACIVER, JOHN, Pte 

Gassed and Wounded. 

MACKAY, RODERICK, Pte. 



MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. 
MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. 

Gas Poisoned. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
*MACLEOD, ANGUS, Lce.-CpL 

Killed in Action, 19th June, 1915. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded second time. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Piper 

Severely Wounded. 

MACMILLAN, ALEX., Pte. 
*MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 5th October, 1915. 



2 North Tclsta. 

Hill St., N. Tolsta. 
24 North Tolsta. 



TO North 

51 North 

9 North 

48 North 
48 North 

14 North 
43 North 
26 North 



Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 

Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 

Tclsta. 
Tolsta. 
Tolsta. 



♦MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915; died in Hospital, 

MURRAY, JOHN, Cpl 

MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. 
MURRAY, MURDO, Sgt 

Wound- d. 



66 North Tolsta. 

56 North Tolsta. 
74 North Tolsta. 

20 North Tolsta. 
56 North Tolsta. 

53 North Tolsta. 

Hill St., N. Tolsta 
20 North Tolsta. 

53 North Tolsta. 



2 Glen Tolsta. 
40 North Tolsta. 

22 North Tolsta. 

llth October, 1915. 

71 North Tolsta. 

49 North Tolsta. 

2 North Tolsta. 



110 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



NICOLSON, JOHN, Pte 

SMITH, ANGUS, Pte 

Severely Wounded. 

SMITH, DONALD, Cpl 

UROUHART, KENNETH, Pte.. 



TT North Tolsta. 
56 North Tolsta. 

56 North Tolsta. 
IT North Tolsta. 



Gordon Highlanders. 



CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Pte. 
FINLAYSON, ALEX, Pte. 

Wounded. 

^GRAHAM, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 20th July, 1915. 

MACIYER, COLIN, Pte. ... 

Wounded; second time; dangerously. 

MACIVER, TORQUTL, Pte. 

Wounded severely; Pensioned. 

MACKAY, DUNCAN, Sgt. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
^MACLEOD, DONALD, Sgt. 

Killed in Action, 16th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

NICOLSON, JOHN, Pte. ... 
♦NICOLSON, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Diod of Wcuads, 2Sth February, 1915. 



51 North Tolsta. 
10 North Tolsta. 

39 North Tolsta. 

62 North Tolsta. 
4 North Tolsta. 

42 North Tolsta. 

6 North Tolsta. 
12 North Tolsta. 

20 North Tolsta. 

74 North Tolsta. 

30 North Tolsta. 

3 North Tolsta. 
9 North Tolsta. 



Cameron Highlanders. 



♦MARTIN, DONALD, Pte. 



76 North Tolsta. 



tilled in Action, 9th July, 1915. 



Wounded 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Signaller 53 North Tolsta. 

Wounded. 

UROUHART, JOHN, Farrier ... 17 North Tolsta. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



Ill 



Canadian Contingent. 

2 North Tclsta. 



CAMPBELL, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

CAMPBELL, NEIL, Pte. ... 
FINLAYSON, WILLIAM, Pte. 
MACIVER, JOHN, Pte. .... 
SMITH. DONALD, Pte. ... 

Rescued from ''Anglo-Californian.' 



2 North Tolsta. 
10 North Tolsta. 
33 North Tolsea. 
24 North Tolsta. 



MACIVER, ANGUS, Pte. 

New Zealand Contingent. 

MACIVER, RODERICK, Pte. 

Australian Contingent. 



Other Colonials. 

.. 25 North Tolsta. 
.. 25 North Tolsta. 



Other Units. 

MACINTOSH, ALEX., Sgt.-Major 26 North Tolsta. 

Royal Engineers. 



MACMILLAN, ANGUS, Gunner. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Glen Tolsta, 



SMITH, DONALD 24 North Tolsta. 

G-louoesters ; Rescued from "Anglo-Californian." 




Ness Men Drowned and Killed. 




t¥: 





John Macritchie, R.N.R., 
42 Swanibost, 

drowned 19th Sept., 1914 



Murdo Macritchie, RN.R. 
37 Swanibost. 

drowned 26th. Nov., 1914 




Pte. Don. Macdonald, 13 Habost, Ness, 

killed 22nd Oct., 1914. 






<*%u/-'-' 






Pte. Angus Finlayson, 
18 Skigersta, 

died of wounds Nov. 1914 



Pte. Don. Mackenzie, 
3 Knockaird, 

killed 25th April, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



US 



PARISH OF BARVAS. 



->—•-<- 



LIONEL SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



■»«■»«♦ 



(Habost, Lionel, Fivepenny. Eoropie, Adabrock, Eorodale,, 
Port-of-Ness, Knockaird, and Skigersta. 



Population last Census, 1996 (Males, 91 1 ; Females, 1085). 

Number of Men serving, 251 (13% of total; 

28% of Males). 



-•►-•-<•- 



Australian Navy. 

MORRISON, NEIL, Chief Gunnery 

Instructor 37 Lionel. 

In charge of Wireless Station, Cookston, Queensland. 



Royal Naval Reserve 

Rev. DUNCAN MACDOUGALL, F.C. Manse, 
Chaplain to Gaelic-speaking Reservists interned 
in Holland. 



CAMPBELL, ALEX. 
CAMPBELL, ANGUS 
CAMPBELL, DONALD 
CAMPBELL, DONALD 
CAMPBELL, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 



18 Skigersta. 
31 Lionel. 
24 Eoropie. 
11 Adabrock. 
33 Lionel. 



8 



114 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



CAMPBELL, DONALD ... 
CAMPBELL, DONALD ... 
CAMPBELL, JOHN ... 

Interned in Holland. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO ... 
CAMPBELL, NOkMAN 

FINLAYSON, ANDREW 
FINLAYSON, DONALD 

GILLIES, ALEX 

GILLIES, DONALD 

GILLIES, JOHN 

GILLIES, NORMAN 

GUNN, KENNETH 

MACDONALD, ALEX. ... 
MACDONALD, ALEX. ... 
MACDONALD, ALEX. ... 
MACDONALD, ANGUS 

Survivor from. "Hermes." 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, ANGUS 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, ^ONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, NEIL ... 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 

MACIVER, MURDO 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACKAY, DONALD ... 
MACKAY, DONALD 

MACKAY, JOHN 

MACKAY, NORMAN 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 

Was on "Carmania" at sinking of 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 



1 Port-of-Ness. 
... 18 Lionel. 
18a Lionel. 

... 8 Port-of-Ness. 
... 35 Habost. 

... 31 Eoropie. 
... 18 Skigersta. 

... 15 Lionel. 

... 26 Lionel. 

... 26 Lionel. 

... 14 Lionel. 

... 9 Adabrock. 

T Adabrock. 
... 19 Lionel. 

1 Eoropie. 
... 5 Port-of-Ness. 

... 3 Lionel. 
... 27 Eoropie. 

... 19 Port-of-Ness. 
... 2 W. Adabrock. 
... 1 Eorodale. 
... 5 Skigersta. 
. . . 33b Habost. 
... IT Eoropie. 
... 10 Skigersta. 
... 19 Lionel. 
... 18 Habost. 
... 13 Habost. 
... 9 Eorodale. 

6 Port-of-Ness. 
... 18 Eoropie. 

... 32 Lionel. 

... 32 Skigersta. 
... 13 Skigersta. 

6 Lionel. 
... 14 Skigersta. 

... 36 Eoropie. 

'Cap Trafalgar.' 

... 20 Skigersta. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



115 



MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 
MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 
MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, DONALD ... 
MACLEAN, DONALD ... 
MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, MALCOLM 
MACLEAN, MURDO 
MACLEAN, MURDO 
MACLEAN, NORMAN ... 

MACLENNAN, ANGUS ... 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 
MACLEOD, ALLAN 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

Was aH Defence of Antwerp. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
*MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

Drowred in H.M.S. "Fisgard," 19th 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

Was at Bombardment of Nieuport. 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD, FINLAY ... 

Interned im Holland. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 

MACRITCHIE, ANGUS ... 

M ACRITCHIE, JOHN . . . 

■*MACRITCHIE, RODERICK 



36 Eoropie. 
4 Fivepenny. 
33 Eoropie. 
20 Skigersta. 

2 Knockaird. 

4 Lionel. 

9 Knockaird. 

4 Habost. 
2 Adabrock. 

2 Knockaird. 
16 Habost. 
10 Knockaird. 

15 Port-of-Ness. 
26 Skigersta. 

16 Fivepenny. 

5 Fivepenny. 

8 Fivepenny. 
2T Habost. 

20 Lionel. 

21 Fivepenny. 

3 Eoropie. 

7 Lionel. 

September, 1914. 

10 Lionel. 

6 Eoropie. 

9 Eoropie. 
20 Eoropie. 

11 Knockaird. 
T Lionel. 

8 Fivepenny. 

22 Eoropie. 

12 Eoropie. 
8 Knockaird. 
5 Fivepenny. 
5 Eoropie. 

19 Eoropie. 

T W. Adabrock. 
28 Eoropie. 
28 Eoropie. 



Was on "Carmania" at sinking- of "Cap Trafalgar." 
Drowned in H.M.S. "India," 8th August, 1915. 



116 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MORRISON, ALEXANDER 
MORRISON, ALEXANDER 
MORRISON, ANGUS 
MORRISON, ANGUS 
MORRISON, ANGUS 
MORRISON, DONALD 
MORRISON, DONALD 
MORRISON, DONALD 
^MORRISON, JOHN 

Died in Hospital, 20th October, 1914 

MORRISON, JOHN 
MORRISON, JOHN G. ... 

Survivor from "Hermes." 

MORRISON, JOHN K. .. 
MORRISON, JOHN D. .. 
MORRISON, JOHN 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 

MORRISON, JOHN 
MORRISON, NORMAN ... 
MORRISON, RODERICK 

MURRAY, ^ONALD .. 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, NORMAN .. 
MURRAY, WILLIAM ... 

SMITH, ALEXANDER .. 
SMITH, JOHN 

THOMSON, ANGUS 
THOMSON, ANGUS 



2 S. Habost. 

3 Knockaird. 

7 Knockaird. 
IT Habost. 

29 Lionel. 
36 Eoropie. 

2 Adabrock. 
12 Adabrock. 

4 Adabrock. 

35 Eoropie. 

4 W. Adabrock. 

18 Adabrock. 

8 W. Adabrock. 
10 Eorodale. 

T Knockaird. 
26 Habost. 

3 South Habost. 

lb Skigersta. 

36 Lionel. 

15 Adabrock. 
10 Habost. 

43 Habost. 
22 Fivepenny. 

3 Habost. 

1 South Habost. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



CAMPBELL, 
-CAMPBELL, 

Killed in 

CAMPBELL, 

Wounded. 

CAMPBELL, 

CAMPBELL, 

"CAMPBELL, 

Killed in . 

CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 
CAMPBELL, 



ALEX., Sergt. 
ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl... 

Action, 9th May, 1915. 

DONALD, Pte. ... 

DONALD, Pte. ... 

JOHN, Pte. 

MAL. Lce.-Cpl. ... 

iction, 21th Mav, 1915. 

NORMAN, Lce.-Cpl. 
NORMAN, Pte. ... 
NORMAN, Sergt. ... 
RODK., Pte. 



8 Lionel. 
16 Habost. 

27 Lionel. 

16 Habost. 

5 Lionel. 

16 Habost. 

41 Habost. 
41 Habost 

9 Port-of-Ness. 
41 Habost. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



117 



FINLAYSON, NEIL, Pte. 

Wounded. 

GILLIES, ANGUS 
GILLIES, JOHN, Cpl. 

GUNN, DONALD, Pte. 
♦GUNN, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9tli May, 1915. 

GUNN, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

GUNN, MALCOLM, Lce.-Cpl. ... 

GUNN, NORMAN, Sergt. 
MACDONALD, ALEX., Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ALLAN, Pte. ... 
MACDONALD, ALLAN, Pte. ... 
MACDONALD, ANGUS, Sergt... 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 
♦MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 

Killed in Action, 22nd October, 1914. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Sergt 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 
MACDONALD, DON., Lce.-Cpl... 
MACDONALD, DON., Pte. (Jun.) 
♦MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte.... 

Died of G-as Poisoning. 27th April, 1915. 

MACDONALD, DUNCAN, Pte.... 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 
MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte.... 

MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. 
MACIVER, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 

MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 
MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte 

Wounded. 

♦MACKAY, MURDO, Pte 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 



18 Skigersta. 

16 Lionel. 
15 Lionel. 

5 Knockaird. 
5 Knockaird. 

5 Knockaird. 

13 Eorodale-by-the- 
Sea. 

20 Lionel. 

21 Lionel. 

18b Lionel. 
18 Habost. 
21 Lionel. 

5 Skigersta. 

13 Habost. 

18 Habost. 

24 Habost. 

18 Habost. 

19 Lionel. 

16 Eoropie. 

2 W. Adabrock. 
16b Knockaird. 

18b Lionel. 

3 Port-of-Ness. 
18 Habost. 

24 Habost. 

14 Eoropie. 

32 Lionel. 
32 Lionel. 

14 Skigersta. 

9 Adabrock. 

17 Fivepenny. 
IT Skigersta. 

21 Skigersta. 

IT Skigersta. 



Ness Losses Afloat and Ashore. 



<,*-* " 









j^. 



asegflil 



Donald Macleod, R.N.R., 
7 Lionel, 

drowned 19th Sep., 1914 




Pte. Alex. Macdonald, 

26 South Dell, 

killed 20lh Dec, 1914 




Don. Murray. R.N.R.. 33 South Dell. 

drowned Feb., 1915 




Lce.-Cpl. Dugald Mackenzie, 
36 Eoropie, 
killed 25th April, 1915 



Pte. Donald Smith, 
14 Habost, Ness, 
killed 9th May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



119 



*MACKAY, WILLIAM, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 20th December, 1914. 

MACKAY, WILLIAM, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Pte. 

♦MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

♦MACKENZIE, DUGALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO, Pte. 
* MACKENZIE, NORMAN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 23rd August, 1915. 

♦MACLEAN, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 26th April, 1915. 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM, Sergt 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Sergt 
MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Awarded D.C.M. for gallantry, and all 
Order of St George, 4th Class 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

♦MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

Killed in Action, 21et February. 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

♦MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 20th December, 1914. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 
♦MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 20th December, 1914. 

MORRISON, ALEX., Lce.-Cpl. 

G-as Poisoned. 

MORRISON, ALEX., Pte. 
MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, ANGUS, Sergt. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 



17 Fivepenny. 
20 Adabrock. 

3 Eorodale-by-the- 

Sea. 
3 Eorodale-by-the- 

Sea. 
3 Knockaird. 

36 Eoropie. 

3 Knockaird. 
3 Eorodale. 

15 Fivepenny. 

16 Habost. 

2 Fivepenny. 

27 Fivepenny. 
27 Habost. 

awarded Russian Cross of the 

8 Fivepenny. 

8 Fivepenny. 

20 Fivepenny. 

16 Lionel. 
2 Fivepenny. 

9 Fivepenny. 

26 Eoropie. 
6 Eoropie. 

10 Eoropie. 

16 Lionel. 

22 Lionel 

14 Eorodale. 

17 Lionel. 

-35 Eoropie. 

1 Habost. 

2 Habost. 
35 Lionel. 

11 Fivepenny. 



120 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MORRISON, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 
MORRISON, JOHN, Sergt. 
MORRISON, jOHN, Sergt. 
MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned; recovering. 

MORRISON, KENNETH, Pte. 
MORRISON, KENNETH, Pte. 
MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. 
MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. 

MURRAY, ALEX., Pte. ... 

Severely Wounded. 

MURRAY, ANGUS, Pte. ... 
MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. 
MURRAY, MURDO, Lce.-Cpl. 

*SMITH, DONALD, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

♦SMITH, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 23rd April, 1915. 

SMITH, NORMAN, Pte. ... 
SMITH, RODERICK, Pte. 

Wounded. 



1 Habost. 

8 Lionel. 
. . 35 Eoropie. 
,. 16 Skigersta. 

. 25 Habost. 

. 42 Habost. 

. 30 Lionel. 

. 11 Fivepenny. 

. 11 Skigersta. 

. 46 Habost. 
. 48 Habost. 

5 Habost. 
. 11 Skigersta. 
. IB Skigersta. 

. 14 Habost. 

. 19 Habost. 

. 14 Habost. 
4 Eoropie. 



Cameron Highlanders: 



CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Pte. 
*FINLAYSON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, November, 1914. 



or T ; nna i 
18 Skigersta. 



*MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 12 Habost 

Wounded in Action, 9th May, 1915; died in Hospital, 17th May, 1S15 



MACKAY, NORMAN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO, Pte. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded ill Arm and Feet. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Sergt. 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded. 



13 Skigersta. 

33 Eoropie.. 

7 Eoropie. 
12 Eoropie. 
21 Fivepenny. 

27 Fivepenny. 

28 Lionel. 



35 Eoropie. 
15 Habost. 






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121 



MORRISON, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded in Hand and Foot. 

MURRAY, ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl 
MURRAY, NORMAN, Pte. 

'SMITH, ALEX., Pte. 

Killed in Action,, 9th. May, 1915. 



6 Eoroclale. 

48 Habost. 
5 Habost. 

22 Fivepenny. 



Gordon Highlanders. 



CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Pte. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte 
MACDONALD, RODK., Pte. 

*MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 

Killed in Action, November, 1914. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded; disabled for life. 

MORRISON, ALEX., Pte. 
MORRISON, ALEX., Pte. 
MORRISON, ALEX., Pte. 
MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 
♦MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in action. 23rd October, 1914. 

MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. 
f SMITH, MURDO, Dispatch Rider 

Missing. 

THOMSON, ANGUS, Pte. 



4 Eorodale. 

23 Habost. 
18 Habcst. 

2 Eorcpie. 

1 Knockaird. 

5 Adabrcck. 

7 Knockaird. 
15 Port-of-Ness. 
37 Habcst. 

Skigersta. 
12 Port-of-Ness. 

29 Lionel. 

22 Fivepenny. 

22 Skigersta. 



Colonials. 



*GILLIES, ALEX. 

Canadian Contingent ; Killed in Action 

MACDONALD, ALLAN 

2nd Transvaal Scottish. 

f MACDONALD, DONALD 

Canadian Contingent; (Missing). 

MACDONALD, MURDO 

Nevtf Zealand Contingent. 

MACLEOD, DAVID G 

South African Defence Force. 

MACLEOD, JAMES 

2nd R.hodesian Regiment. 



15 Lionel. 

at Feistubert, May, 1915. 

Port-of-Ness. 

33 Habost. 

6 Port-of-Ness. 

Port-of-Ness. 

Port-of-Ness. 



122 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, JOHN 26 Eoropie. 

Canadian Contingent; (Wounded). 

MACLEOD, JOHN 27 Habost. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MURRAY, ALEX. 48 Habost. 

Australian Contingent. 

MURRAY, NORMAN 11 Skigersta. 

Canadian Contingent. 



Other Units. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO 9 Port-of-Ness. 

Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN 41 Habost 

Royal Enginoers. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO, Pte. ... 16 Port-of-Ness. 

8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Trooper ... 9 Habost. 

2nd Scottish Horoe. 

MACLEOD, JACK M Port-of-Ness. 

24th Signalling Ooy., R.E. 

MORRISON, ALEX., Col.-Sergt... 35 Eoropie. 

Soots Guards. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte ... 23 Fivepenny. 

Black Watch. 

MORRISON, NORMAN 9 Skigersta. 

Highland Light Infantry. 



Nurse. 

HELEN MACDOUGALL, M.B., Free Church 
Manse. 

X-Rays Operator, Scottish Women's Hospital, Serbia. 




ROLL OF HONOUR. 



123 



CROSS SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►— •-«•- 



(South Dell, North Dell, Cross and Swanibost.) 



-*► ♦-*<♦- 



Population last Census, 1 146 (Males, 521 ; Females, 625). 

No. of Men serving, 165 (147° of total ; 
327° of Males.) 



-♦►-•-*•- 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, NORMAN 

GILLIES, MALCOLM 
GILLIES, ALLAN 
GILLIES, ANGUS 
GILLIES, ANGUS 

Survivor from "Majestic." 

GRAHAM, NORMAN 



MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 

Survivor from 

MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 



DONALD 
DONALD 
DONALD 

"Hermes." 

DONALD 

JOHN ... 

MALCOLM 

MURDO 

MURDO 

MURDO 



MACKAY, ALLAN 
MACKAY, MALCOLM 



Brother of above. 



MACLEAN, ALEXANDER 
MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, KENNETH 
MACLEAN, MALCOLM 
MACLEAN, MURDO ... 



8 North Dell 

North Dell 
35 South Dell. 

35 South Dell. 
20 South Dell. 

9 South Dell 

3T South Dell. 
26 South Dell. 

20 Cross. 

13 Swanibost 
26 South Dell 

23 Swanibost. 
13 Swanibost. 

Cross. 
10 North Dell. 

21 Cross. 
13 Cross. 

30 South Dell 

24 Swanibost. 
24 Swanibost. 

36 Swanibost. 
12 Swanibost 



NESS SOLDIERS WHO FELL IN FRANCE. 







M 



m 







...» 



Pte. Angus Macleod, 
3 Eoropie. 

killed Nov., 1914 




Pte. Donald Macdonald, 
16 Knockaird, 

died of gas poisoning 
27th April, 1915 



Pte. John Gunn, 
5 Knockaird. 

killed 9th May. 1915 







im&p 



Pte. Donald Macleod, 
20 Fivepenny. 

killed 21st Keby., 1915 






■ ; '■':■ : :■.: 



11M111 




Pte. Donald Maclean, 
15 Fivepenny, 

killed 26th April, 1915 




Pte. John Macleod, 
9 Fivepenny, 

killed 20th Dec, 1914 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



125 



MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
♦MACLEOD, 

Drowned. 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



ALEXANDER 
ALLAN ... 
ANGUS 
ANGUS 
DONALD ... 

in "Hermes" Disaster, 31st 

KENNETH 
MALCOLM 
MALCOLM (Jun.) 
MURDO ... 
MURDO ... 



.. 16 Cross. 

.. 47 Swanibost. 

.. 34 South Dell. 

.. 12 Cross. 

.. 30 Cross. 

October, 1914. 

7 South Dell. 
28 Swanibost. 
28 Swanibost. 
28 Cross. 
22 Swanibost. 



37 Swanibost. 

22 Cross. 

37 Swanibost. 



MACRITCHIE, ANGUS 
MACRITCHIE, ANGUS 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN ... ■ 

Interned in Holland. 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN 27 Swanibost. 

^MACRITCHIE, JOHN 42 Swanibost 

Drowned in "Fisg-ard," 19th September, 1914. 

' MACRITCHIE, MURDO ... 37 Swanibost. 

Drowned, in "Bulwark," 26th. November, 1914. 



MORRISON, ALEXANDER 


... 19 South Dell 


Survivor from "Fisg-ard." 




MORRISON, ALEXANDER 


4 Cross. 


Survivor from Hermes." 




MORRISON, ALLAN ... 


... 16 Swanibost. 


MORRISON, ALLAN ... 


7 South DelL 


MORRISON, ANGUS ... 


... 19 South DelL 


MORRISON, ANGUS (Jun.) 


... 19 South Dell. 


MORRISON, ANGUS ... 


... 32 South Dell 


MORRISON, ANGUS ... 


... 12 North Dell 


MORRISON, DONALD... 


3 Cross. 


MORRISON, DONALD... 


7 Cross. 


MORRISON, JOHN 


... 1 South Dell. 


Survivor from "Hermes." 




MORRISON, JOHN 


... 19 South Dell. 


MORRISON, MALCOLM 


... 27 Cross. 


MORRISON, MURDO ... 


.-. 10 South Dell 


MURRAY, ALEXANDER 


... 5 South DelL 


MURRAY, ALEXANDER 


... 10 South DelL 


MURRAY, ALEXANDER 


... 43 South Dell 


MURRAY, ALEXANDER 


7 Cross. 


MURRAY, ALLAN 


... 4 North Dell 


MURRAY, ANGUS 


... 36 Cross. 


Wa.3 on "Orama" at sinking- of ' 


'Dresden." 


MURRAY, ANGUS 


... 40 South Dell. 


MURRAY, DONALD ... 


... 17 South DelL 


♦MURRAY, DONALD ... 


... 33 South DelL 


Drowned in "Clan Macnaugliton," 


February, 1915. 



12(3 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MURRAY, 
MURRAY, 

Survive 

MURRAY, 
MURRAY, 
MURRAY, 
MURRAY, 



DONALD 
MALCOLM 

r from "Majestic." 

MALCOLM 
NORMAN 
RODERICK 
WILLIAM 



SMITH, DONALD 



46 Swanibost. 
5 South Dell. 

5 North Dell. 

14 South Dell. 
16 South Dell. 

15 South Dell. 

11 Cross. 



Was on Flag-ship "Invincible" in fight at Falkland Islands. 



SMITH, NORMAN 



3 South Dell 



■•THOMSON, ALLAN 15 Swanibost. 

Died in Hospital at Chatham, 26th, October, 1914. 

THOMSON, MALCOLM ... 14 Swanibost. 



Scaforth Highlanders. 

... 4 North Dell. 



CAMPBELL, ALEX., Pte. 

Wounded. 

CAMPBELL, ALEX., Pte. 
CAMPBELL, JOHN, Sgt. 
CAMPBELL, KENNETH, Sgt. 

Wounded. 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM, Pte 



15 North Dell. 
6b South Dell. 
35 Swanibost 

26 Cross. 



Gas Poisoned; recovered; rejoined regiment. 



CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, Pte. .. 
GILLIES, DONALD, Sgt. 

Wounded. 

GILLIES, DONALD, Sgt. 

Wounded. 

GILLIES, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

GILLIES, JOHN, Pte 

*GRAHAM, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

GRAHAM, JOHN 

GRAHAM, KENNETH, Pte. .. 

GUNN, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Gassed; rejoined Regiment. 

MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. .. 
'MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. .. 

Killed in Action. 20th December, 1914. 

MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. .. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Sgt. .. 
MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. .. 



4 North Dell. 
24 South Dell. 

31 South Dell. 

35 South Dell. 

20 South Dell. 
18 South Dell. 

Swanibost. 
South Dell. 

2 Swanibost. 

Aird, South Dell. 
26 South Dell. 

43 Swanibost. 

26 South Dell. 
9 North Dell. 






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127 



*MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Gas Poisoned, 1st May, 1915; died in 

MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. 

"Wounded. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACKAY, DONALD, Sgt. 
MACKAY, WILLIAM, Pte. 

Frostbitten; still unfit for service. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. 

Gassed ; rejoined Regiment. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. 

"Wounded. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, Sgt. 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Sgt. 

MACRITCHIE, DONALD, Sgt. 

MACRITCHIE, FINLAY, Sgt. ... 

^MACRITCHIE, JAMES, Pte. .. 

Killed in Action, 2nd June, 1915. 

MACRITCHIE, MURDO, Pte. .. 



16 North Dell. 

Hospital, 9th May, 1915. 

44 South Dell. 



20 Cross. 

28 South Dell. 

20 Cross. 

28 Swanibost. 
28 Swanibost. 

19 Swanibost. 

Aird, South Dell. 

32 Swanibost. 
17 North Dell. 

33 Cross. 

2 North Dell. 
5 Swanibost. 

33 Swanibost. 



MORRISON, ALEX., Pte. 
MORRISON, ANGUS, Sgt. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 
^MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action by Gas Poisoning, 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 
MORRISON, FINLAY, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, FINLAY, Pte. 
MORRISON, JAMES, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned. 

MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned; brother of Donald, 

MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 
^MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, W14. 

MORRISON, NEIL, Cpl. 
MORRISON, NORMAN, Pte. 

MUNRO, GEORGE, Pte. 



... 10 South Dell. 

... 16 Cross. 

... 16 Swanibost. 
... 4 South Dell. 

9th May, 1915. 

... 18 North Dell. 
... 22 North Dell. 

... 16 Swanibost. 
... 1 South Dell. 

... 4 South Dell. 

killed by Gas Poisoning (see above) 

... 19 South Dell. 
... 31 Cross. 

6 Cross 
... T South Dell. 

... 22 South Dell. 



-* 



MURRAY, ANGUS, Lce.-Cpl. ... 8 Swanibost. 

Wounded, 25th April, 1915; died in Hospital, 21st May, 1C15. 

MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. ... 5 South Dell. 

Gas Poisoned. 

MURRAY, DONALD, Pte. ... 6 South Dell. 



128 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



12 South Dell. 



♦MURRAY, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. 

Died of Wounds, 2nd Mav, 1915. 

♦MURRAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded, 4th March, 1915; died 6th 

♦MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MURRAY, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, NORMAN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MURRAY, NORMAN, Pte. 

Wounded . 

MURRAY, RODERICK, Pte. 
♦MURRAY, RODERICK, Pte. 

Wounded 19th December, 1914; killed in Action, 4th June, 1915; 
brother John died of Wounds (sea above). 



.. 27 South Dell. 

March, 1915. 

.. 5 South Dell. 
.. 42 South Dell. 
.. 6 South Dell. 

7 Cross. 

Aird, South Dell 
.. 27 South Dell. 



SMITH, ALEX., Pte. 

Wounded. 

SMITH, ANGUS, Pte. ... 
SMITH, JOHN, Pte. 
SMITH, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded ; rejoined Regiment. 

SMITH, "ROBERT, Lce.-Cpl. 



36 South Dell. 

11 Cross. 
8 South Dell. 
32 Cross. 

36 South Dell. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MORRISON, NORMAN, Pte. ... 10 South Dell. 

Wounded. 



Cameron Higlanders. 



MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 

MORRISON, 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, 
MORRISON, 



JOHN, Pte. 
JOHN, Pte. 
JOHN, Pte. 

ALEX., Pte. 
MURDO, Pte. 

DONALD, Pte. 

DONALD, Pte. 
MALCOLM,, Pte. 



31 Swanibost. 
44 Swanibost 
46 Swanibost. 

South Dell. 

28 Swanibost. 

16 Swanibost. 

18 Swanibost. 
10 South Dell 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACRITCHIE, ANGUS ... 33 Swanibost. 
MORRISON, JOHN 19 South Dell. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



120 



Canadian Contingent. 

CAMPBELL, FINLAY ... ... 15 North Dell. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Sgt... 23 Swanibost. 
MACDONALD, DONALD ... 35 Cross. 
MACDONALD, DONALD ... 10 Cross. 
MACDONALD, JOHN FINLAY 23 North Dell. 



MACKAY, RODERICK ... 

MACKENZIE, NORMAN 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Cpl. 

MORRISON, ALEX. 
*MORRISON, JOHN 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MORRISON, JOHN 
MURRAY, JOHN 



Galson Lodge. 
10 North Dell. 
28 Swanibost. 

3 Cross. 

12 North Dell. 

18 North Dell 

13 Cross. 



Other Units. 

Lieut. MURDO MACFARQUHAR, Dell Flouse, 

King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Lieut. DUNCAN MACLEOD, 31 Swanibost. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 



GUNN, ANGUS ... 

Lovat Scouts. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN 

Lovat Scouts. 

MACRITCHIE, FINLAY 

Lovat Scouts. 

MURRAY, JOHN ... 

Lovat Scouts. 

MURRAY, KENNETH 

A.S.C. (Motor Tran port). 



34 Cross. 

31 Swanibost. 

27 Swanibost. 

30 Swanibost. 
30 Swanibost. 



BORVE AND SHADER SACRIFICES. 





Lce.-Cpl. Murdo Smith, 
24 Upper Shader. 

killed 15th Dec, 1914 




Pte. John Macdonald, 
34 Lower Shader, 

killed 525th Sept., 1915 




Standing— Pte. Don. Graham. 30 Borve, killed 29th Oct.. 1914 
Sitting— Pte. Wm. Graham, 29 Borve. killed 19th Oct., 1914 




Pte. Wm. Mackenzie. 
23 Borve. 

killed Uth June, 1915 





Pte. Murdo Smith, 
24 Borve, 

killed 25-28th Sept., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



131 



AIRIDHANTU1M SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►— •— <!•- 



(Lower Shader, Upper Shader, Ballantrushal, Borve 

and Mid-Borve.) 



-♦>- —*+~ 



Population last Census, 1 153 (Males, 530 ; Females, 623). 

Number of Men serving, 1 97 ( 1 1"? of total ; 

yi% of Males.) 



-•►-*-<♦- 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



GRAHAM, JOHN ... 
GRAHAM, MURDO 
GRAHAM, RODERICK 

MACASKILL, MURDO 



36 Borve. 
28 Borve. 

Park, Borve 

23 Lower Shader. 



On Mone-sweeiper ; took prominent part in sinking- German 
submarine off Peterhead, otli June, 1915. 



MACDONALD, ALEX 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

On H.M.S. "Kent" at Falkland Islan 
"Dresden." 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, DAVID 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 

Prisoner in Germany since Antwerp. 

MACDONALD, KENNETH 

On H.M.S. "Carmania" at sinking 

MACDONALD, LOUIS ... 



38 Borve. 

39 Lower Shader. 

:1s fight, and at sinking of 



20 Upper Shader. 
32 Borve. 

10 Lower Shader. 
Park, L. Shader. 

5 Lower Shader. 
34 Lower Shader. 
39 Lower Shader. 

1 Park, Borve. 

21 Ballantrushal. 
1 Borve. 

26 Borve. 
9 Ballantrushal. 

12 Ballantrushal. 

'Cap Trafalgar." 

6 Lower Shader. 



132 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, MURDO 

On H.M.S. "Kent." 

MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, NEIL ... 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Prisoner in G-ermiany since Antwerp. 

MACDONALD, RODERICK 
MACIVER, DUGALD ... 

Invalided home. 

MACIVER, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACIVER, JOHN 
MACIVER, MURDO 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER 
MACKAY, LOUIS 

On H.M.S. "Kent." 

MACKAY, MURDO 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 
MACKENZIE, PETER ... 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEAN, MURDO ... 



Park, L. Shader. 
25a Lower Shader. 
25 Upper Shader. 

15 Borve. 

22 Ballantrushal. 
25 Upper Shader. 

28 Upper Shader.. 

20 Borve. 

48 Borve. 

20 Ballantrushal. 

Park, Borve. 
45 Borve. 

21 Upper Shader.. 
1 Lower Shader. 

21 Upper Shader.. 

4 Mid Borve. 

23 Borve. 

5 Ballantrushal. 

16 Borve. 



MACLEAY, ANGUS 
MACLEAY, DONALD ... 
MACLEAY, DONALD ... 

On "Carina nia" at sinking of "Cap Trafalgar;" lost arm and leg 
(in fight. 

MACLEAY, DONALD 

Brother of aojve; also on "Carmania." 

^MACLEAY, JOHN 38 Lower Shader. 

Interned in Holland after Antwerp; died there. 2Gth August, 1915. 



33 Lower Shader. 
38 Lower Shader. 
14 Upper Shader. 



7 Upper Shader. 



MACLEAY, JOHN 

On H.M.S. "Kent," 

MACLEOD, ALLAN 

On H.M.S. "Carmania." 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DAVID 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 



10 Ballantrushal. 

1 Upper Shader. 

13 Ballantrushal. 

10 Lower Shader. 

25 Lower Shader. 

26 Lower Shader. 

11 Upper Shader. 
33 Upper Shader. 
18 Lower Shades 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



133 



MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACRAE, FRANCIS 

MARTIN, ALEXANDER 

MARTIN, ANGUS 

MARTIN, DONALD 

On H.M.S. "Queen Elizabeth." 

MARTIN, JOHN 

Was in Falkland Islands Fight. 

MARTIN, JOHN 

On H.M.S. "Carmamia." 

MARTIN, MURDO 

MARTIN, NORMAN 

MARTIN, NORMAN 

MARTIN, RODERICK 

MARTIN, RODERICK 

MARTIN, RODERICK 

Interned in Holland. 

MATHESON, ALEXANDER .. 
MATHESON, DONALD 
MATHESON, JOHN M 

Prisoner in Germany since Antwerp. 

MATHESON, MURDO 

MATHESON, MURDO 

MORRISON, ANGUS 

MORRISON, ANGUS ... 

Was at Defence of Antwerp. 

^MORRISON, DONALD 

Lost in "Clan Macnaughton" Disaster, 

MORRISON, DONALD 
MORRISON, DONALD 

On H.M.S. "Carmania." 

MORRISON, DONALD 
MORRISON, DONALD 

On H.M.S. "Kent." 

MORRISON, DONALD 

MORRISON, DAVID 

MORRISON, jOHN 

MORRISON, MALCOLM 

MURRAY, DONALD 

SAUNDERS, MALCOLM 

SMITH, ANGUS 

SMITH, CHARLES 

*SMITH, JOHN 

Was ori H.M.S. "Kent;" died llth-12th 

SMITH, JOHN 



. 18 Lower Shader. 

. 12 Lower Shader. 

. 33 Lower Shader. 
. 33 Lower Shader. 
. 16 Lower Shader. 

8 Lower Shader. 

. 29 Upper Shader. 

. 15 Lower Shader. 
Park, L. Shader. 

8 Lower Shader. 
. 33a Lower Shader. 

8 Lower Shader. 
. 18 Upper Shader. 

. 10 Upper Shader. 
. 6 Mid Borve. 
. 9 Upper Shader. 

. 6 Mid Borve. 
. 23 Upper Shader. 

. 9 Mid Borve. 
. 41 Borve. 

. 41 Borve. 

February, 1915. 

. 41 Borve. 

. 16 Ballantrushal. 

. 19 Lower Shader. 
. 31a Lower Shader. 

. 29a Upper Shader. 

. 22 Upper Shader. 

. 31 Lower Shader. 

, 2T Borve. 

, 2T Lower Shader. 

. 21 Borve. 

, 2 Mid Borve. 
8 Upper Shader. 
32 Lower Shader. 

January, 1916. 

8 Upper Shader. 



134 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



SMITH, JOHN (a)... 
SMITH, KENNETH 

On H.M.S. "Kent." 

SMITH, NORMAN 
YOUNG, ANGUS 



8 Upper Shader. 
6 Lower Shader. 

31 Borve. 
8 Ballantrushal. 



On H.M.S. 'Carmania" in fight -with "Cap Trafalgar." 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Lieut. NORMAN G. NICOLSON, Park, Borve. 

8 Borve. 

Wounded. 

GRAHAM, RODERICK, Pte. ... 30 Borve. 

30 Lower Shader. 



MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. 
MACDONALD, ALEX., Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 13 Lower Shader. 

Wounded 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded. 



26 Upper Shader. 
IT Upper Shader. 

26 Upper Shader. 
14 Lower Shader. 
22 Ballantrushal. 

20 Upper Shader. 
12 Upper Shader. 



MACIVER, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACKAY, MURDO, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN, Pte.. 

Wounded. 

-MACKENZIE, WM, Lce.-Cpl. 

Killed in Action, 9th June, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, WILLIAM, Pte. 

Wounded, 

MACLEAN, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, Or.-Mr.-Sgt 

In Records' Office, Perth. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

*MACLEAY, RODERICK, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 18th May, 1915. 



3a Mid Borve. 
48 Borve. 



1 Lower Shader. 
8 Mid Borve. 
10 Mid Borve. 

23 Borve. 

la Mid Borve. 

4 Ballantrushal. 

5 Ballantrushal. 

3 Ballantrushal. 
14 Ballantrushal. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



135 



MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

Frostbitten. 

MARTIN, MURDO, Pte 

MATHESON, ANGUS, Pte. .. 
MATHESON, MALCOLM, Pte... 

MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Sgt. .. 
MORRISON, DONALD M., Pte.. 
MORRISON, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

*MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. .. 

Killed in Action, 17th May, 1915. 

MORRISON, NORMAN, Pte. .. 
MURRAY, JOHN, Pte 



4 Lower Shader. 

8 Lower Shader. 

Park, Ballantrushal. 
10 Upper Shader. 

27 Borve. 

7 Lower Shader. 
31 Upper Shader.. 
4 Borve. 

10 Borve. 

7 Lower Shader. 
3 Borve. 



NICOLSON, ANGUS, Pte. ... 19 Borve. 

Wounded in Belgium, April, 1915; almoit blind. 

NICOLSON, DONALD, Pte. ... 19 Borve. 

NICOLSON, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 25 Borve. 

Wounded. 

NICOLSON, RODERICK, Pte... 25 Borve. 

Wounded. 



SAUNDERS, ALEX, Pte. 

Wounded. 

SAUNDERS, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

SMITH, ALEX., Pte. 
SMITH, CHARLES, Pte. 
SMITH, JAMES, Pte. ... 
SMITH, JOHN, Pte. 
SMITH, JOmvT, Pte. 

Wounded. 

SMITH, MURDO, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

SMITH, MURDO, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 



6 Upper Shader. 
6 Upper Shader. 

15 Ballantrushal. 
8 Upper Shader. 
29 Lower Shader. 
47 Borve. 

15 Ballantrushal. 

16 Upper Shader. 
18 Ballantrushal. 



Cameron Highlanders. 



tMACASKILL, JOHN, Pte. 

Missing. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte.. 
MACDONALD, ISAAC, Sgt .. 



23 Lower Shader. 

Lochside, Lower 
Shader. 
17 Upper Shader. 



136 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



13 Lower Shader. 
34 Lower Shader. 



MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. . 

Wounded. 

*MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 25th September, 1915. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 35 Lower Shader. 
^MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 3a Mid Borve. 

Killed in Action, 25th September, 1915. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 20 Lower Shader. 

Wounded. 

tMACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... T Ballantrushal. 

Reported Missing: since 22nd December, 1914. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte... 39 Lower Shader. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, NORMAN, Pte. 



MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, Pte.. 

Invalided home. 

tMACLEAY, ANGUS, Pte. 

Missing. 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACRITCHIE, NORMAN, Pte... 

Wounded. 

MARTIN, ANGUS, Pte 

MATHESON, MALCOLM, Pte.. 



Park, Borve. 
17 Borve. 
1 Mid Borve. 



MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. . 
MORRISON, MALCOLM, Pte 10 Borve 

Wounded. 

MORRISON, MURDO, Pte. . 



23 Upper Shader. 

6 Ballantrushal. 
6 Ballantrushal. 

8 Lower Shader. 

3 Mid Borve. 

4 Borve. 
4 Borve. 



NICOLSON, MURDO, Pte. 



10 Borve. 

Park, Borve. 



SMITH, ANGUS, Pte 

SMITH, DONALD, Pte 

SMITH, GEORGE, Pte 

Wounded. 

*SMITH, MURDO, Lce.-Cpl. .. 

Killed in Action, 15th December, 1914. 

*SMITH. MURDO, Pte 23 Borve. 

Killed in Action) between 25th and 28th September, 1915. 

tSMITH, NORMAN, Pte 29 Lower Shader. 

Missing. 



29 Lower Shader. 
16 Upper Shader. 
2 Mid Borve. 

24 Upper Shader. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. J 37 



Gordon Highlanders. 

*GRAHAM, DONALD, Pte. ... 30 Borve. 

Killed in Action, 28th October, 1914. 

GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte. ... 29 Borve. 

♦GRAHAM, WILLIAM, Pte. ... 29 Borve. 

Killed in Action, 19th October, 1914. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte.... 18 Borve. 

Wounded 14th December, 1914; discharged unfit for further service. 

MACDONALD, JOHN (b), Pte.... 21 Ballantrushal. 

"Wounded. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 22 Upper Shader. 
MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 6 Mid Borve. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. ... 10 Mid Borve. 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, Pte.. la Mid Borve. 
^MACLEOD, CHAS., Lce.-Cpl. ... 11 Ballantrushal. 

Killed in Action, 11th October, 1914. 

MORRISON, JAMES, Pte. ... 9 Borve. 

Wounded. 

NICOLSON, MURDO, Pte ... 25 Borve. 
SMITH, WILLIAM, Pte. ... 29 Lower Shader. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN (a) ... 6 Ballantrushal. 
MORRISON, DONALD 4 Lower Shader. 

Colonials. 

MACDONALD, Rev. Dr ISAAC, Upper Shader 

Chaplain, Canadian Contingent. 

MACDONALD, JOHN 13 Upper Shader. 

Canadians. 

MACKAY, DONALD 21 Upper Shader. 

Came from South Africa and enlisted in Royal Engineers. 

MACKAY, LOUIS 21 Upper Shader. 

Australians. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN 12 Borve. 

Australians; wounded at G-allipoli. 

MATHESON, MURDO 3 Upper Shader. 

Australians. 



138 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MORRISON, PETER ... 

Canadian.&. 

MORRISON, DONALD ... 

Canadians. 

SMITH, ALEXANDER ... 

Canadians. 

SMITH, DONALD 

Canadians. 



4 Borve. 
27 Borve. 

16 Upper Shader. 
24 Borve. 



Other Units, 

MACLEAY, ALEX., Piper 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, DONALD 

Scots Guards. 

MORRISON, RODERICK 

Soots Guards. 

SMITH, KENNETH 

Soots Guards; Prisoner in Germany. 



10 Ballantrushal. 
30 Upper Shader. 
4 Borve. 
Borve. 



GROUP OF 1st SEAFORTHS. 




Standing (left to right) — Pte. George Macleod, Coll (injured in 
France ; discharged; ; *Lce.-Sergt. William Macneil, Carishader (killed 
Otli May, 1915) ; Pte. Murdo Morrison, Borve (died in India) ; Private 
Donald Maclean, Holm. 

Sitting (left to right)— *Pte. Donald Graham, Coll (killed 16th Feb., 
1915); *Corpl, Angus Macleod, Raerinish (killed 25th April, 1915);. 
Sergt. John Smith, Shader, Barvas (severely gas poisoned). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



130 



BARVAS SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►-•-«•- 



(Barvas Park, Lower Barvas, Upper Barvas and Brue.) 



•» ♦ > ♦ 



Population last Census, 691 (Males, 339 ; Females, 352). 

Number of Men serving, 112 (16' J of total ; 
33 r of Males). 



♦■«■»•■ 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD 16 Brue. 



FINLAYSON, ALEXANDER .. 

Interned in Holland. 

FINLAYSON, DONALD 
^FINLAYSON, DONALD (Jun.).. 

Lost on H.M.S. Wiknor," 3rd February 

FINLAYSON, KENNETH 

GRAHAM, RODERICK .. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, COLIN .. 
MACDONALD, COLIN .. 
MACDONALD, DONALD 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACDONALD, JOHN .. 
MACDONALD, JOHN .. 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM 



6 Brue. 

11 Brue. 
11 Brue. 

1915. 

11 Brue. 

3 Lower Barvas, 

42 Lower Barvas, 
2 Brue. 

4 Barvas Park. 
4 -Barvas Park. 

4 Barvas Park. 

2 Brue. 

2 Brue. 

4 Barvas Park. 



Brother to Colin. Donald and John (above); sons of Aligns 
ilacdonald. 4 Barva-s Park. 



MACIVER, JOHN 

Interned m Holland. 

MACIVER, KENNETH 

Interned in Holland. 

MACIVER, MALCOLM 
MACIVER, MURDO 

MACKAY, ANGUS 



3 Barvas Park. 
8 Barvas Park. 

50 Lower Barvas. 

11 Upper Barvas. 

12 Upper Barvas. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR. 



141 



MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 



Brue. 
14 Brue. 



MACKINNON, ALLAN 18 Brue. 

♦MACKINNON, DUNCAN ... 18 Brue. 

Lost on H.M.S. "Yiknor," 3rd February, 1915. 

MACKINNON, KENNETH ... 18 Brue. 



MACLEAN, ALLAN 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 

MACLEAN, DONALD ... 

MACLEAN, DONALD ... 

MACLEAN, KENNETH 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM 

MACLENNAN, DONALD 



MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 

Intern ed 

MACLEOD 

Prisoner 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
♦MACLEOD 

Lost on 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 

Interned 



ALEXANDER 
ALEXANDER 

in HolLand. 

ANGUS 

in Germany. 

COLIN 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

JOHN 

JOllN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

MALCOLM 

MURDO 

NORMAN 

Jl.MS. "Bulwark," 26th 

NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 
PETER 

in Holland. 



... 5 Brue. 

... 15 Brue. 

... 15 Brue. 

... 12 Brue. 
5 Brue. 

... 15 Brue. 

... 15 Lower Barvas, 

... 21 Brue. 

(Jun.) 21 Brue. 

... 22 Upper Barvas. 



Barvas. 
Barvas. 
Barvas. 
Barvas 
Barvas. 
Barvas. 



Barvas. 



MACRITCHIE, FINLAY 
MACRITCHIE, JOHN . 
MACRITCHIE, MURDO 

MATHESON, DONALD 
MATHESON, DONALD 
MATHESON, DONALD 
MATHESON, NORMAN 

MORRISON, KENNETH 



... 38 Lower 

... 22 Upper 

... 13 Upper 

... 20 Lower 

... 28 Lower 

... IT Upper 

... 21 Brue. 

..; 24 Brue. 

... 17 Upper 

... 25 Brue. 

... 13 Brue. 

November, 1914. 

... 24 Brue. 

... 13 Upper Barvas. 

... 28 Lower Barvas. 

... 2T Lower Barvas. 



46 Lower Barvas. 
46 Lower Barvas. 
17 Lower Barvas. 

36 Lower Barvas. 

4 Brue. 

7 Brue. 
41 Lower Barvas. 

40 Lower Barvas. 



142 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



MORRISON, MALCOLM 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MORRISON, MALCOLM 
MURRAY, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 

MURRAY, MURDO 

PATERSON, JOHN 
PATERSON, KENNETH 

SMITH, ANGUS ... 



... 35 


Lower 


Barvas 


... 16 


Brue. 




... 4T 


Lower 


Barvas 


... t+lfil 


Lower Barvas 


... 3 


Brue. 




... 20 


Brue. 




... 5 


Barvas 


Park. 



Seaforth Highlanders, 



GRAHAM, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, COLIN, Pte. 
MACKENZIE, PETER, Pte. 
MACLEAN, ALEX., Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded, returned to firing" line. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. 
MACRITCHIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded 9th May, 1915. 

MATHESON, KENNETH, Pte 

Wounded. 

MATHESON, MALCOLM, Pte. 
*MATHESON, NORMAN, Pte. . 

Killed in Action, 19th December, 1914. 

MORRISON, ALLAN J., Pte. . 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915 ; returned to 

*PATERSON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Killed dn Action, 15th September, 1914 



8 Lower Barvas. 



14 

8 

11 

45 

24 
IT 



Brue. 
Brue. 
Upper Barvas. 



Lower 
Lower 



Barvas. 
Barvas. 



Brue. 

Lower Barvas. 



26 Brue. 



. 1 

. 18 

. 35 

firing - 



5 



Brue. 
Lower 

Lower 

line. 

Upper 



Barvas. 
Barvas. 
Barvas. 



Cameron Highlanders, 

G Brue. 



tFINLAYSON, DONALD, Sgt 

Missing. 

MACIVER, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACIVER, NORMAN, Sgt. 



3 Barvas Park. 
8 Barvas Park. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 143 



. 14 Brue. 




. 28 Brue. 




. 1 Upper 
. 1 Upper 
. IT Upper 


Barvas 
Barvas 
Barvas 


. 26 Brue. 

i September, 1915 

1 Brue. 


. 


. 32 Lower 


Barvas. 


. 20 Brue. 
. 20 Brue. 





MACKENZIE, ALLAN, Pte. 

MACLEAN, ALEX., Pte. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. .... 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

*MATHESON, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action between 25th. and 28th 

MATHESON, KENNETH, Pte 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 

PATERSON, JOHN, Pte. 
PATERSON, WILLIAM 

Prisoner in Germany. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

GRAHAM, ANGUS, Pte. ... 8 Lower Barvas. 

Wounded. 

^MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. ... 1 Upper Barvas. 

Prisoner of War; died in Germany, 1st Hay, 1915. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACIVER, JOHN A., Gunner ... Barvas Cottage. 
MACKAY, DONALD, Gunner ... 9 Upper Barvas. 
PATERSON, DONALD, Gunner 5 Upper Barvas. 

Wounded. 

Canadian Contingent. 

*HUNTER, ALEX. McD., Pte. ... Barvas Inn. 

Killed in Action, 24th April, 1915. 

MACDOUGALL, NORMAN ... 54 Lower Barvas. 

MACIVER, DONALD 10 Upper Barvas. 

MACKINNON, CHARLES, Pte... 18 Brue. 

MACLEAN, JOHN "Hueloa," L. Barvas. 

MACLEAN, KENNETH, Pte. ... 16 Lower Barvas. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. ... 14 Lower Barvas. 



144 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 
MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. 

MURRAY, FINLAY 
MURRAY, NEIL, Pte. ... 

SMITH, COLIN, Pte. ... 
SMITH, DONALD, Pte. ... 

STRACHAN, WILLIAM 



9 Brue. 

32 Lower 
35 Lower 

52 Lower 
52 Lower 

43 Lower 
43 Lower 

Barvas 



Barvas. 
Barvas. 

Barvas. 
Barvas. 

Barvas. 
Barvas. 

Manse. 



Other Units. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte... 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

MACIVER, FINLAY 

Army Veterinary Corps. 



2 Brue. 
Barvas Cottage. 



Twin Brothers Separated at Hill 6o. 









Standing — Pipe-Major Kenneth Macleod, Arnol, Indian veteran, 
South African hero. On the outbreak of war he again volunteered 
for service, and was employed in Lewis as a Recruiter. 

Sitting (left) — Murdo Maciver, Arnol, Canadian Contingent (mis- 
sing since 24th April, 1915), and his twin brother, Roderick, also of the 
Canadian Contingent (wounded in the same engagement at Hill CO). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



145 



BRAGAR SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-♦>-♦-<-♦- 



(Arnol, North Bragar and South Bragar.) 



♦■ • ♦ « 



Population last Census, 1055 (Males, 490 ; Females, 565). 

Number of Men serving, 171 (16% of total ; 

35% of Males.) 



» » 9 * * 



Royal Naval Reserve 

Sub-Lieut. ALEX. FINLAYSON, 53 South Bragar 

CAMPBELL, ALEX 51 South Bragar. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS 33 North Bragar. 

*CAMPBELL, DONALD 7 Arnol. 

Perished in "Clan Macnaughton" Disaster, February, 1915. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD 33 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD 50 South Bragar. 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM ... ^ Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM ... 41 Arnol. 

Prisoner in G-ermanv. 



GRAHAM, DONALD 

MACAULAY, JOHN 
MACAULAY, MALCOLM 
MACAULAY, MURDO ... 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD. 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN M. 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Invalided ; discharged. 

MACDONALD, RODERICK 

Invalided. 



19 South Bragar. 

3 South Bragar. 
9 South Bragar. 

4 South Bragar. 

23 Arnol. 

23 Arnol. 

35 Arnol. 

40 Arnol. 

57 South Bragar. 

57 South Bragar. 

57 South Bragar. 

28 North Bragar. 

28 North Bragar. 

10 



146 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 

MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKi\Y, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 
MACKAY, 



ANGUS 

DONALD, P.O 

DONALD 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

NORMAN 

NORMAN 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

COLIN... 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

FINLAY 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

NORMAN 



MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 

"Discharge 

MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 



ANGUS 

COLIN 

DONALD 

JAMES M. 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MURDO 

MURDO 

d on pension. 

MURDO 
NORMAN 



MACLENNAN, JOHN ... 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DAVID 

Discharged ; deaf through gun fire. 

MACLEOD, DONALD . 
MACLEOD, DONALD . 
MACLEOD, DONALD . 



45 Arnol. 

33 South Bragar. 
44 Arnol. 

26 South Bragar. 
44 Arnol. 

21 Arnol. 

20 Arnol. 

21 Arnol. 

18 Arnol. 

34 South Bragar. 
36 South Bragar. 

4 North Bragar. 
16 Arnol. 
34 South Bragar. 
12 South Bragar. 

27 Arnol. 
IT Arnol. 

41 North Bragar. 

19 Arnol. 
11 South 
36 South 
IT Arnol 
21 Arnol. 

6 Arnol. 



Bragar. 
Bragar. 






22 North Bragar. 
Bragar. 
Bragar. 
Bragar. 
Bragar. 



South 
54 South 
54 South 
IT South 

9 Arnol. 
10 North 
22 North 
10 South 
IT South 

9 Arnol. 



Bragar. 
Bragar. 
Bragar. 
Bragar. 



9 North Bragar. 
19 North Bragar. 

1 Arnol. 

14 South Bragar. 
61 South Bragar. 
28 Arnol. 

11 Arnol. 
3T Arnol. 
39 Arnol. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



147 



MACLEOD, DONALD .. 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, KENNETH 
MACLEOD, LOUIS 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 

Discharged ; medical grounds. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM 

Interned in Holland. 

macleod, murdo .. 
macleod, murdo .. 
macleod, norman .. 
macleod, norman . 
macleod, norman .. 

macphail, donald .. 
macphail, john 
macphail, john 
macphail, kenneth 
'macphail, malcolm 



20 North Bragar. 
37 Arnol. 
42 Arnol. 
20 North Bragar. 
1 South Bragar. 
14 South Bragar. 
10 Arnol. 
36 North Bragar. 
30a Arnol. 
39 Arnol. 

28 South Bragar. 

28 South Bragar. 

36 Arnol. 

13 Arnol. 

16 South Bragar. 

27 North Bragar. 

24 North Bragar. 
24 North Bragar. 
32 North Bragar. 

24 Arnol. 

25 Arnol. 



Killed on board H.M.S. "Prince George" at Dardanelles, April, 1915. 



MACPHAIL, RODERICK 

MORRISON, ANGUS .. 
MORRISON, DONALD .. 
MORRISON, JOHN 
MORRISON, TOHN 
MORRISON, MALCOLM 

MURRAY, ANGUS 
MURRAY, KENNETH .. 



40 South Bragar. 

45 South Bragar. 
24 South Bragar. 
24 South Bragar. 
36 North Bragar. 
24 South Bragar. 

30 South Bragar. 
42 South Bragar. 



SMITH, ANGUS .. 
SMITH, DONALD.. 

Discharged ; medical 

SMITH, DONALD.. 
f SMITH, DONALD.. 

Perished with H.M.S. 

SMITH, DONALD.. 
SMITH, DONALD.. 
SMITH, FINLAY 
SMITH, FINLAY 
SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN 

Discharged ; nervous 



... 20 South Bragar. 
10 Arnol. 

grounds. 

6 North Bragar. 

12 North Bragar. 

"Goliath" at Dardanelles, 12th May, 1915. 

16 North Bragar. 

23 North Bragar. 

5 North Bragar. 

14 North Bragar. 

10 Arnol. 

... 12 North Bragar. 
14 North Bragar. 



breakdown. 



18 North Bragar. 



148 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



SMITH, MURDO 14 North Bragar. 

SMITH, MURDO 9 South Bragar. 

SMITH, NORMAN 14 North Bragar. 

SMITH, NORMAN 18 North Bragar. 

SMITH, NORMAN 23 South Bragar. 

SMITH, NORMAN 52 South Bragar. 

SMITH, RODERICK 16 North Bragar. 

*SMITH, RODERICK 20 South Bragar. 

Perished in "Bavano" Disaster, loth March, 1915. 

SMITH, RODERICK 23 South Bragar. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, Pte. ... IT North Bragar. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, Pte. ... 15 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Pte. ... 33 North Bragar. 

Gassed at Hill 60. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Pte. ... 6 Arnol. 

Wounded in head at Lille, and again in arm at Jseuve Chapelle. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 57 South Bragar. 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl... 23 Arnol. 

MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. ... 20 Arnol. 

Wounded; head. 

*MACKAY, DONALD, Pte 27 Arnol. 

Killed in Action in France, 25th April, 1915. 

MACKAY, DONALD, Sgt.-Major... 29 Arnol. 

MACKAY, MURDO, Pte 31 North Bragar. 

Gassed at Hill 60. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, Pte 22 North Bragar. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 36 North Bragar. 

Gassed at Hill 60. 

MACLEOD, DAVID, Pte. ... 30 Arnol. 

Wounded; slightly; at La Bassee. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. ... 10 Arnol. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. ... 20 North Bragar. 

Wounded in chest. 

MARTIN, MURDO, Pte 2 South Bragar. 

MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. ... 24 South Bragar. 

Wounded in shoulder at lions. 

MORRISON, NEIL, Pte 13 South Bragar. 

Wounded in knee. 

MURRAY, JOHN, Pte 46 South Bragar. 

Wounded; head; at La Bassee. 

SMITH, ALEX., Pte 23 South Bragar. 

SMITH, DONALD, Pte 2d South Bragar. 

Wounded; slightly; at Hill 60. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 149 



Cameron Highlanders. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Pte 41 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, Pte. ... 15 Arnol. 

Wounded; head and back; at Tpres. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, Pte. ... 6 Arnol. 

Wounded in head at La Bassee; and in leg at Hill 60. 

MACIVER, NOR., C. Sgt-Major.... 45 Arnol. 

Wounded in chest; at Hill 60. 

MACIVER, NORMAN, Pte. ... 21 Arnol. 

Wounded; leg; at Loosi. 

MACKAY, MURDO, Pte 18 Arnol. 

SMITH, MURDO, Pte 18 North Bragar. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

Major DAVID MACLEOD, D.S.O., 12 Arnol, 
8th Battalion. 

Severely wounded at ctorming of Hohenzillern Redoubt. 

MACKAY, FINLAY, Pte. ... 18 North Bragar. 

Wounded; head and) shoulder; while burying his Captain at La 
Bassee. 

MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 7 North Bragar. 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 28 Arnol. 

MACLEOD, KEN., Pipe-Major ... 38 Arnol. 

Recruiting at Stornoway. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Gunr 20 North Bragar. 

SMITH, NORMAN J., Gunr. ... 5 North Bragsr. 

Canadian Contingent. 

CAMPBELL, ALLAN 5 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS, Pte. ... 6 South Bragar. 
CAMPBELL, MALCOLM ... 43 North Bragar. 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM, Pte.... 43 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO 43 Arnol. 

CAMPBELL, MURDO, Pte. ... 5 Arnol. 

GRAHAM, MURDO 19 South Bragar. 




Major DAVID MACLEQD, D.S.O., 
8th Gordon Highlanders 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 151 



" PHARAOH AND THE SERGEANT." 



A Gallant and Devoted Soldier. 

MAJOR DAVID MACLEOD, D.S.O., is a son of the 
late Mr Donald Macleod, Arnol, Barvas. He 
enlisted in the Seaforth Highlanders before he was 
quite sixteen years of age. In 1895, volunteering 
for special service in connection with the organisation of 
the new Egyptian Army, he went out as one of the small 
band of Sergeant Instructors (of whom Lewis provided 
two), immortalised by Kipling in " Pharaoh and the 
Sergeant." The task of turning the spiritless Fellaheen 
into fighting soldiers was at the time deemed hopeless by 
many, but the British instructors proved themselves " a 
charm for making riflemen from mud." With the young 
army thus created Major Macleod served throughout Lord 
Kitchener's re-conquest of the Sudan. He was present 
at the Battle of Fisket (June, 1896), and served in the Nile 
Expeditions of 189T and 1898. He fought in Sir Hector 
Macdonald's famous Brigade at the Battles of the Atbara 
and Omdurman. In admiration of the perfect steadiness 
and gallant conduct of the 2nd Egyptians (trained by 
Major Macleod) at Omdurman, Stevens, in "With Kit- 
chener to Khartoum,' 1 described them as " the best-trained 
and disciplined battalion in the world." During 1899 
Major Macleod served on the Wliite Nile and in Khor- 
dofan with the forces pursuing the Khalifa. For his ser- 
vices he was mentioned in Lord Kitchener's despatches, 
received the Khedive's medal with six clasps, the Queen's 
Sudan medal, the medal for Distinguished Conduct in the 
Field, and, as a further reward, a commission in the 
Cameron Highlanders. In the South African War he 
served continuously for over two years, seeing service 
in Cape Colony, the Free State, and the Transvaal, where 



152 " LOYAL LEWIS." 

he was wounded and again mentioned in Lord Kitchener's 
despatches for Distinguished Conduct in the Field, at the 
same time receiving the Queen's medal with three clasps 
and the King's medal with two clasps. Towards the end 
of the war he joined the South African Constabulary, popu- 
larly known as Baden Powell's Police. When peace was 
declared he was made a District Commandant and a Jus- 
tice of the Peace. After two years with the South African 
Constabulary he volunteered for active sendee in Somali- 
land, and served four years with the King's African Rifles 
m Central Africa, British East Africa, and Uganda. 
During that period he took part in the Sotik Punitive 
Expedition, and served with the Nandi Field Force. He 
received the African General Service Medal with two 
clasps, and five years after receiving his commission was 
specially promoted to the rank of Captain in the Gordon 
Highlanders in recognition of his varied services in the 
field. In 1907 he again accepted service in the Sudan, 
to organise and command the Camel Corps Training School 
at Khartoum ; and he saw service with the Camel Corps on 
the Blue Nile in 1908. After being stationed with his 
Battalion (2nd Gordons) for two years in India., he was 
appointed to the Depot in Aberdeen, and retired early in 
1914, after twenty-seven years' sendee. Later in the year, 
on war being declared, he volunteered his sendees, and 
was appointed to the 8th Gordons, with the rank of Major. 
He sensed in the field in France from the beginning of 
May until 25th September, 1915, when he was seriously 
wounded at the storming of the Hohenzollern Redoubt 
For his " conspicuous gallantry and devotion " in this 
engagement he was given the Distinguished Sendee 
Order. " In the attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt/' 
the official record states, " although wounded three times, 
he continued to lead his Company forward till he fell from 
exhaustion." 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 153 



*MACDONALD, NORMAN, Pte... 23 Arnol. 

Killed in. Action at Hill 60, April, 1915. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Sgt. ... 23 Arnol. 

Recruiting in Canada. 

fMACIVER, MURDO, Pte. ... 38 Arnol. 

Wounded and Missine since 24th April, 1915. 

MACIYER, RODERICK, Pte. ... 38 Arnol. 

Wounded; arm; at Hill 60. 

MACKAY, DONALD 15 North Bragar. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM ... 30 Arnol. 

MACLEOD, MURDO 14 South Bragar. 

MACPHAIL, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 11 North Bragar. 

MACPHAIL, MURDO, Pte. ... 32 North Bragar. 

MORRISON, DONALD, Pte. ... 63 South Bragar. 



Other Units. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM ... 60 South Bragar. 

A.S.C. (Motor Transport). 

MACLEOD, MURDO 1 Arnol. 

33rd Battalion R.F.A. 

MORRISON, KENNETH ... 63 South Bragar. 

Royal Armv Medical Corps. 

MORRISON, MALCOLM ... 45 South Bragar. 

Glasgow Highlanders (Wounded). 




PRISONERS IN GERMANY. 




Standing (left to right)— 1, Murdo Maciver, Lionel ; 2, Angus 
Macleod, Upper Barvas ; 3, an English Sailor ; 4, Kenneth Mac- 
donald, Ballantrushal. 

Sitting— -1, Norman Macdonald, and 2, John M. Matheson, both 
Upper Shader, Barvas. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



155 



SHAWBOST SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►-•-*•- 



(North Shawbost, Carnan Street, South Shawbost 
and New Shawbost.) 



-*>-»-*-^ 



Population last Census, 913 (Males, 408; Females, 505). 

Number of Men serving, 1 62 ( 1 8% of total ; 
40% of Males). 



-♦►— •— «•- 



Royal Navy. 

MACAULAY, JOHN, Coastguard.. 56 North Shawbost 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Stoker ... IT New Shawbost. 
MACLEOD, M., Artificer Engineer 50 North Shawbost. 

H.M.S. "Princess Royal." 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



GILLIES, ANGUS 

GILLIES, D. W 

GILLIES, JOHN 

GILLIES, MALCOLM ... 
GILLIES, MURDO 

MACARTHUR, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, JOHN 
MACAULAY, MALCOLM 

MACDONALD. ALEXANDER 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DUNCAN 
"MACDONALD, MALCOLM 

Accidentally Drowned, 14th February 



23 South Shawbost. 
30 South Shawbost. 

29 New Shawbost 

30 South Shawbost. 
47 North Shawbost, 

7 New Shawbost. 
17 New Shawbost. 
19 New Shawbost. 
19 New Shawbost. 

33 New Shawbost. 

27 New Shawbost. 
4 Carnan Street. 

34 South Shawbost, 
3 New Shawbost. 

34 South Shawbost 

1915. 



156 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, JOHN ... 

MACKAY, COLIN 
MACKAY, DONALD 
MACKAY, MURDO 



MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 

Prisoner 

MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 
MACLEAN, 



ALEXANDER 
ANGUS 
JOHN 
KENNETH... 

in Germany. 

MALCOLM... 
MURDO ... 
MURDO ... 
NEIL 
RODERICK WM. 



MACLENNAN, DONALD 



MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 

Interned 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 



ALEX. J. . 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD . 

DONALD . 

DONALD . 

DUNCAN . 

DUNCAN . 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN 

JOHN (Jun.) 

JOHN 

KENNETH 

in HoManrt. 

KENNETH 
KENNETH 
KENNETH 
KENNETH 



5 Carnan Street. 

22 North Shawbost. 

23 North Shawbost. 

55 North Shawbost. 

15 South Shawbost. 
4 South Shawbost. 

11 New Shawbost. 
28 New Shawbost. 

24 North Shawbost. 

4 New Shawbost. 

56 North Shawbost. 

24 North Shawbost. 
36 South Shawbost. 

36 North Shawbost. 

37 North Shawbost. 

11 South Shawbost. 
14 South Shawbost. 

7 North Shawbost. 

38 South Shawbost. 
21 New Shawbost. 
28 North Shawbost. 
13 South Shawbost. 

7 Carnan Street. 

12 South Shawbost. 
28 South Shawbost. 

13 New Shawbost. 

16 New Shawbost. 

25 North Shawbost. 
50 North Shawbost. 
52 North Shawbost. 
12 South Shawbost. 

27 South Shawbost. 

28 South Shawbost. 
33 South Shawbost. 

8 New Shawbost. 
12 New Shawbost. 
18 New Shawbost. 
18 New Shawbost. 
31 New Shawbost. 

5 New Shawbost. 

52 North Shawbost. 
31 Carnan Street. 

14 South Shawbost. 
35 South Shawbost. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



157 



MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 



KENNETH 
MALCOLM 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
MURDO . 
NEIL 
PETER 
RODERICK 



MACPHAIL, 
MACPHAIL, 
MACPHAIL, 
MACPHAIL, 

Interned in 

MACPHAIL, 
MACPHAIL, 



DONALD 
DUNCAN 
JOHN 
JOHN 

Holland. 

JOHN 
NEIL 



MARTIN, MURDO 

MITCHELL, GEORGE ... 
MITCHELL, GEORGE ... 
MITCHELL, WILLIAM 

MORRISON, ANGUS .. 
MORRISON, DONALD ... 
MORRISON, DONALD ... 
MORRISON, DONALD .. 
MORRISON, JOHN 
MORRISON, MALCOLM 
MORRISON, NORMAN .. 
MORRISON, PETER A. ... 
MORRISON, ROBERT .. 
MORRISON, RODERICK 

MURRAY, ANGUS 
MURRAY, DONALD .. 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, JOHN 

MURRAY, MURDO 
MURRAY, NORMAN 

NICOLSON, DONALD .. 

SMITH, ANGUS 



5 South Shawbost. 

25 New Shawbost. 
15 New Shawbost. 

37 North Shawbost. 
5 New Shawbost. 

7 Carnan Street. 

13 South Shawbost, 

14 South Shawbost. 
29 South Shawbost. 

45 South Shawbost. 

5 South Shawbost. 
21 North Shawbost. 

53 North Shawbost. 
21 North Shawbost. 

38 South Shawbost. 
2 Carnan Street. 

43 North Shawbost 

54 North Shawbost. 

7 New Shawbost. 

21 South Shawbost. 

18 Carnan Street. 

34 North Shawbost. 

22 South Shawbost. 
34 North Shawbost. 

26 South Shawbost. 

41 South Shawbost. 
4 New Shawbost. 

22 New Shawbost. 
22 New Shawbost. 
40 North Shawbost. 
31 North Shawbost. 

46 North Shawbost. 
46 North Shawbost. 
31 North Shawbost. 

25 New Shawbost. 

42 South Shawbost. 

43 South Shawbost. 

6 Carnan Street. 
Church Street. 

1 New Shawbost. 
43 South Shawbost. 

10 North Shawbost. 

39 North Shawbost. 



15 c 



o 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



SMITH, JOHN 
SMITH, JOHN ... 
SMITH, MALCOLM 
SMITH, MURDO ... 
SMITH, MURDO ... 



11 South Shawbost. 

24 New Shawbost. 

25 North Shawbost 
24 New Shawbost. 
48 North Shawbost. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Second Lieut. ISAAC MACIVER, Carnan House, 
Shawbost. 



Wounded. 

GILLIES, JOHN A., Pte 

Killed in Action at St Julien, 3rd May, 

MACDONALD, COLIN, Pte. ... 

Severely wounded; head; discharged. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 
MACDONALD, KEN. W., Pte. ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO, Sgt. ... 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM, Pte.... 

MACIVER, JOHN, Or.-Mstr.-Sgt... 
MACIVER, RODERICK, Pte. ... 

MACLEAN, ALEX., Pte 

Wounded; left leg. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, Pte 

MACLEAN, KENNETH, Pte. ... 
MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. 

Seriiusly wounded ; discharged. 

MACLEAN, NORMAN, Pte. ... 

MACLEOD, ALEX. N., Lce.-Cpl... 
MACLEOD, ALLAN, Sgt. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Sgt. ... 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Sgt. ... 

-MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 22nd December, 1914. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 

Wounded ; leg. 

MACLEOD, NEIL, Pte 

Wounded; left ha-nd. 

-MACLEOD, RODERICK, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 11th March. 1915. 

-MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. .. 

Died, 21st December, 1915. 



19 North Shawbost. 

1915. 

2 South Shawbost. 

11 Carnan Street. 

4 Carnan Street. 
1 Carnan Street. 

1 Carnan Street. 

Carnan House. 
Carnan House. 

6 South Shawbost. 

24 North Shawbost. 

2 South Shawbost. 
8 Carnan Street. 

11 New Shawbost. 

23 New Shawbost. 
41 North Shawbosj:. 

5 South Shawbost. 
14 South Shawbost. 
20 New Shawbost. 

32 North Shawbost. 
45 South Shawbost. 

13 New Shawbost. 

18 New Shawbost. 

14 New Shawbost. 

37 North Shawbost. 
. 43 South Shawbost. 



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159 



MURRAY, RODERICK, Pte. 
'ROSS, WILLIAM, Sgt. ... 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 



Church Street. 

Formerly of 
Schoolhous( 



Cameron Highlanders. 

... 13 New Shawbcst. 



-MACDONALD, JOHN, Sgt. .. 

Killed in Action, 22nd December, 1911. 

MACIVER, NEIL, Pte 

MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, Sgt 



45 North Shawbcst. 

16 South Shawbost. 
44 South Shawbcst. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Sgt. ... 2T South Shawbost. 

Wounded in left 'eve on 18th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN ANGUS, Pte. 50 North Shawbost. 

Severelv -wounded; rig-lit arm. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, Pte. . 

Wounded ; third time. 



21 New Shawbost. 



MACPHAIL, RODERICK, Pte. ... 23 South Shawbost 

MURRAY, KENNETH, Pte. ... South Shawbost. 

MURRAY, RODERICK, Pte. ... 6 New Shawbost. 

.Severely wounded at Loos in 25th September, 1915. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACIVER, KENNETH, Gunr. ... Carnan House. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH, Gunr.... 50 North Shawbost. 



Colonials. 

MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACIVER, IVER 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACKAY, NEIL 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACLEAN, DONALD (John) . 

East African Contingent. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

Canadian Contingent, 



1 North Shawbost. 



Carnan House. 



55 North Shawbost. 



34 New Shawbost. 



14 South Shawbost 



160 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, DONALD 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACLEOD, DUNCAN 

South Agrioan Contingent. 

MACLEOD, JOHN D. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACLEOD, MURDO 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACPHAIL, DONALD 

Australian Contingent. 



11 South Shawbost. 

9 North Shawbost. 
31 North Shawbost. 

5 New Shawbost. 

54 North Shawbost 



Other Units. 

Lieut. MURDO MACPHAIL, 8 South Shawbost. 

Highand Light Infantry; awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal and 
the French Military Cross. 



MITCHELL, JOHN, Sgt. 

Army Service Corps. 



22 South Shawbost. 



Lewis Students' Group of Gordons. 




Standing (left to right) — Pte. Mai, Macleod, Kershader (wounded 
and taken prisoner) ; Pte. John Maciver, Coll ; *Corpl. Murdo Mac- 
iver, Coll (killed 16th June, 1915); Sergt. Murdo Murray, Back 
(wounded). 

Sitting (left to right) — Pte. Alex. Macaulay, Breasclet (wounded) ; 
Pte. John Smith, Tong ; *Pte. George Macsween, Garrabost (killed 
15th June, 1915) ; Pte. Isaac Maciver, Shawbost (wounded) ; Pte. 
John Angus Macleod, Shawbost (wounded). 

Notes. — Corpl. Maciver and Private Macsween were killed by the 
same shell, Sergt. Murdo Murray, Pte, A. Macaulay and Pte, Isaac 
Maciver are now lieutenants in the Seaforth Highlanders. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



161 



PARISH OF UIG. 



♦►-♦-*•- 



CARLOWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Carloway, Park Carloway, Garinin, Knock, Kirivick, 

and Borroston.) 



♦..♦«♦ 



Population last Census, 1026 (Males, 484 ; Females, 542). 

Number of Men serving, 168 (16% of total ; 
35% of Males). 



>• < 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



MACARTHUR, ANGUS ... 
MAC ARTHUR, ANGUS ... 

Prisoner in G-ernianv. 

MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 
MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACARTHUR, WILLIAM A. 

Interned in Holland. 

MACASKILL, ANGUS ... 
MACASKILL, ANGUS ... 
MACASKILL, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACASKILL, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 



44 Carloway. 
5 Borroston. 

45 Park Carloway. 
21 Knock. 

13 Carloway. 

46 Park Carloway. 
1 Borroston. 

46 Park Carloway. 

46 Park Carloway. 

38 Carloway. 

12 Knock. 

11 



162 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 



MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER. 



JOHN ... 
JOHN D. 
JOHN ... 
JOHN ... 
JOHN ... 
KENNETH 
NORMAN 



MACKAY. ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACKAY, DONALD 
MACKAY, DONALD 

MACKAY, JOHN 

MACKAY, JOHN 

MACKAY, MURDO 

MACKENZIE, DONALD 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, DUNCAN ... 
MACLEAN, MURDO ... 

MACLENNAN, DONALD J. 
MACLENNAN. JOHN . . . 
MACLENNAN, JOHN ... 



MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 

Interned 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 



ANGUS 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

in Holland. 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DONALD 

DUNCAN 

FINLAY 

JOHN 



19 Upper Carloway. 
12 Knock. 

28 Carloway. 
9 Garinin. 
4 Knock. 

3 Knock. 

28 Carloway. 
25 Carloway. 
10 Knock. ' 

18 Carloway. 

2 Kirivick. 

4 Kirivick. 
4 Kirivick. 

1 Park, Carloway. 

2 Garinin. 

15 Garinin. 

15 Garinin. 

15 Garinin. 

20 Carloway. 

21 Garinin. 
14 Kirivick. 

4 Carloway. 
8 Garinin. 

16 Garinin. 

1 Knock. 
25 Knock. 
!3 Kirivick. 

2 Garinin. 

3 Garinin. 

4 Garinin. 

7 Knock. 

1 Park Carloway. 

8 Kirivick. 

2 Borroston. 

29 Knock. 

3 Borroston. 
8 Borroston. 
T Garinin. 

41 Park Carloway. 

Borroston. 
12 Garinin. 



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163 



MACLEOD, JOHN 

Discharged. 

MACLEOD, 



MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 



Prisoner 

MACLEOD 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 

MACNEILL. 
MACNEILL, 



JOHN 
JOHN 
KENNETH 

in Germany. 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MURDO . 

MURDO . 

NORMAN 

NORMAN 

WILLIAM . 

DONALD . 
MURDO . 



(Jim.) 



^lACPHAIL, DONALD . 
^lACPHAIL, DUNCAN . 
MACPHAIL, JOHN 

MACRITCHIE, MURDO 



24 Garinin. 

24 Knock. 
29 Knock. 
IT Garinin. 

J 5 Carlo way. 
23 Garinm. 

6 Knock. 

8 Kirivick. 

8 Kirivick. 
16 Borroston. 

6 Garinin. 

23 Garinin. 

24 Garinin. 
T Knock. 

Dunan Station. 
15 drloway. 

14 Garinin. 

14 Garinin. 

11 Borroston. 

Park Carlo way. 

15 Knock. 

25 Garinin. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

2 Park Carlo way. 



MACARTHUR, DONALD, Pte.. 

"Wounded. 

MACARTHUR, KENNETH, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACARTHUR, MALCOLM, Pte 

Discharged. 

-MACARTHUR, NORMAN, Pte.. 

Killed in Action, 9tli May, 191.5. 

MACASKILL, DONALD, Pte. ... 
^MACASKILL, MAL, Lce.-Cpl. ... 

Died of Wounds, 26th April, 1915. 



2 Park Carloway. 
5 Borroston. 

26 Knock. 

3 Kirivick. 
3 Kirivick. 

IT Carlo way. 



MACAULAY, JOHN, Pte. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. . 
MACDONALD, DUNCAN, Pte. 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 37 Carloway 

Wounded. 



38 Carloway. 
16 Knock. 



MACIYER, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACIYER, DUNCAN, Pte. 



25 Carloway. 
1 Carloway. 



CARLOWAY MACKAYS 




Fte. Donald Mackay 
48 Carloway 

killed 25th April, 1915 






Pte. Finlay Mackay 
18 Carloway 

killed 25th April, 1915 



J 





Pte. Murdo Mackay, 48 Carloway 

killed 8th January, 1!)15 




Pte, Duncan Mackay 
5 Park, Carloway 

killed 18th June, 1915 



S. :■<;"./. j£* 



Pte. Angus Mackay 
4 Kirivick 

died of gas poisoning 
29th Aug., 1915 



N 



ote.— Pte. Murdo Mackay and Pte. Donald Mackay are brothers. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



165 



MACIVER, MALCOLM, Sgt.-Mjr. 10 Knock. 
MACIVER, MURDO, Pte. ... 25 Carloway. 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. 
*MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. 



48 Carloway. 
4 Kirivick. 



Gas Poisoned, 9th May, 1915; died in Hospital, 29th Angust, 1915. 



MACKAY, CHARLES, Pte. 
MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 
*MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACKAY, DONALD, Pte. 
*MACKAY, DUNCAN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 18th June, 1915. 

*MACKAY, FINLAY, Pte 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte 

MACKAY, JOHN, Sgt 

Severely Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, DUNCAN, Pte. . 
♦MACKENZIE, MALCOLM. Pte. 

Killed in Action, 10th March, 1915. 



4 Kirivick. 
4 Kirivick. 

1 Kirivick. 

2 Kirivick. 
48 Carloway. 

6 Carloway. 

1 Park Carloway. 

18 Carloway. 

26 Garinin. 

F.C. Mission H. 

8 Carloway. 
8 Carloway. 



MACLEOD, 

Wounded; 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, 
•MACLEOD, 

Killed in 

MACLEOD, 
MACLEOD, 



DONALD W., Pte... 

discharged. 

DONALD, Pte. .. 
DONALD, Pte. .. 
DONALD, Pte. .. 
DUNCAN, Pte. 

JOHN, Pte 

KENNETH D., Pte. 

MURDO, Pte. 
MURDO, Pte. 

Action, 9th May, 1915. 

NORMAN, Pte. .. 
NORMAN, Pte. ., 



MACPHAIL, KENNETH, Pte. 
MACPHAIL, KENNETH, Pte. 



6 Carloway. 

6 Garinin. 
12 Garinin. 

10 Borroston. 
14 Carloway. 

8 Boroston. 
IT Garinin. 

4 Garinin. 
12 Garinin. 

4 Garinin. 

11 Garinin. 

39 Carloway. 

Park Carloway. 



Classed: discharged. 



MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 

Gassed; discharged. 



11 Knock. 



166 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Cameron Highlanders. 

. 29 Carloway. 



MACARTHUR, ARCHIE, Pte 

Discharged; under age. 



MACAULAY, MALCOLM, Pte, 

Wounded. 

♦MACDONALD, ANGUS, Sgt. 

Killed in Action, 22nd October, 1914. 

*MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MACIVER, NORMAN,' Pte. 
MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. 

"Wounded. 

*MACKAY, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action., 8th January, 1915 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Pte. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
♦MACLEOD, DONALD J., Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th September, 1915 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DUNCAN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, DUNCAN, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. 

MACPHAIL, JOHN, Sgt. ... 



43 Carloway. 

3 Carloway. 

2 Carloway. 
27 Garinin. 

4 Kirivick. 
48 Carloway. 

Bejoined from Canada. 

32 Knock. 

14 Carloway. 
21 Carloway. 

5 Park Carloway. 
1 Park Carloway. 

24 Knock. 

5 Carloway. 

21 Carloway. 

22 Carloway. 

11 Borrostcn. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACASKILL, JOHN, Pte. ... 3 Kirivick. 



MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. 
•MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action, 10th December, 1914 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

MORRISON, FINLAY, Pte. 
MORRISON, NORMAN, Pte. 



25 Carloway. 

2 Kirivick. 

15 Carloway. 

T Kirivick. 

22 Knock. 
12 Carlowav. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



167 



Ross Mountain Battery. 



MACDONALD, DON. J., Gunr. . 
MACDONALD, KEN. M., Gunr. . 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Gunr. . 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Gunr. 



Schoolhouse. 
Schoolhouse. 

31 Knock. 
4 Garinin. 



Canadian Contingent. 

MACAULAY, WILLIAM ... 16 Carloway. 



MACDONALD, GEORGE. 

Killed in Action in France, April, 191 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

MACIVER, NORMAN ... 
MACKAY, JOHN, Sgt. ... 

MACKENZIE, DUNCAN 



30 Knock. 

30 Knock. 
30 Knock. 

4 Knock. 
48 Carloway. 

5 Knock. 



Died of Wounds in France, 21st ^November, 1915. 



MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, HUGH 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM .. 

MORRISON, RODERICK 



41 Park Carloway. 

8 Kirivick. 
31 Knock. 

11 Knock. 



Other Units. 

Lieut. NORMAN MACPHAIL, 39 Carloway. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Second-Lieut. DONALD R. MAC ARTHUR, 
42 Park, Carloway. 



Royal Field Artillery. 

MAC ARTHUR, JOHN ... 

Highland Light Infantry. 

MACIVER, DONALD ... 

Scots Guards. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD 

R.A.M.C. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Piper 
MACLEOD, DONALD .. 

Guards. 



13 Carloway. 
10 Knock. 
32 Knock. 

Garinin. 
26 Knock. 



168 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

Army Service Corps. 

MACLEOD, EWEN 

Edinburgh Territorials. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN ... 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

MORRISON, IAIN M 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MORRISON, MALCOLM 

R.A.M.C. 

PATERSON, MURDO ... 

Highland Light Infantry. 



5 Carloway. 

5 Carloway. 

14 Carloway. 

U.F. Manse. 
11 Carloway. 

3 Park Carloway. 






LEWIS GROUP OF 3rd SEAFORTHS. 




Back Row (from left to right)— Corpl. M. Murray, 2 North Tolsta 
(wounded and gas poisoned) ; *Pte. Alex. Campbell, 2 North Tolsta 
(killed 9th May, 1915); Pte. J. Macrae, 25 Coll; (wounded); Pte. 
N J Stewart, 'Coll (wounded) ; *Pte. D. Murray, 22 North Tolsta 
(died of wounds 11th October, 1915); Pte. J. Macleod, 20 North 
Tolsta (twice wounded) ; Pte. M, Macdonald, 9 North Tolsta, 

Middle Row (from left to right) — Pte. A. Macdonald, Swanibost 
(wounded) ; Pte. H. Mackay, 42 North Tolsta (now R.N.R.) ; Pte. 
Alex. Macleod, South Uell (wounded). 

Bottom Row (from left to right)— Pte. J. Maciver, 11 North Tolsta 
(now R.N.R.) ; Lce.-Cpl. J. Maciver. 20 North Tolsta (woundedand 
gas poisoned); Pte. D. Murray, 37 North Tolsta (now R.N.R.; 
escaped after Antwerp fell, and subsequently was rescued from a sink- 
ing mine sweeper). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



169 



DUNCARLOWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►>-•-*•- 



(Tolsta-Chaolais and Doune.) 

♦►♦-4> 

Population last Census, 387 (Males, 182; Females, 205). 

Number of Men serving, 74 ( 1 9% of total ; 
41% of Males). 

•►-•—*• 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



MACARTHUR, DONALD 
MAC ARTHUR, HUGH ... 
MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 
MACAULAY, DUNCAN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, DONALD J. 
MACDONALD, DONALD M 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO 

MACGREGOR, MALCOLM 
MACGREGOR, NEIL, L. Seaman 
MACGREGOR, NORMAN 

MACKAY, ANGUS 

MACKAY, DUNCAN, L. Seaman 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 

MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, ANGUS 
MACLEAN, MURDO ... 
MACLEAN, NORMAN ... 

MACLEOD, ALEX. A. ... 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DONALD M. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Coastgrd 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, DONALD ... 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 



1 Doune. 

1 Doune. 

8 Tolsta Chaclais. 

T Tolsta-Chaolais. 



29 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
6 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
4 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

8 Doune. 

12 Tolsta-Chaclais. 
12 Tolsta-Cnaolais. 

9 Tolsta-Chaclais. 

20 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
17 Tolsta-Chaclais. 

22 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
22 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

15 Doune. 
12 Doune. 
IT Doune. 
IT Doune. 

28 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
14 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
14 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
19 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
28 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
New Rd., Doune, 
12 Tolsta-Chaolis. 
(3 Doune. 



170 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, NEIL 19 Doune. 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN 24 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MACLEOD, RODK. R., L. Seaman 13 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MACPHAIL, ALEXANDER ... 18 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MACPHAIL, ANGUS 13 Doune. 

MACPHAIL, JOHN 13 Doune. 

MORRISON, MURDO 4 Doune. 



Scaforth Highlanders. 

Second-Lieut. KENNETH MACLEOD, 
24 Tolsta Chaol-'s. 

MAC ARTHUR, JOHN, Pte. ... 8 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MACAULAY, ARCHD., Piper ... T Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 20 Doune. 
MACDONALD, MAL., Pipe-Corpl. 21 Doune. 

*MACGREGOR, DONALD, Pte.... 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Killed in Action at St Julien,, 27th April, 1915. 

MACGFEGOR, DON. M. M., Pte. 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
MACGREGOR, MURDO, Sergt.... 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915; recovered. 

MACKAY, MALCOLM, Sergt. ... South End. 

Wounded, 27th May, 1915; recovered; awarded Distinguished Conduct 
Meda.1. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS, L.-Corpl. 22 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
*MACLEAN, DOinALD, Pte. ... 3 Doune. 

Died of Gasi Poisoning at St Julien, 27th April, 1915. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, Sergt. ... 3 Doune. 

MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. ... 3 Doune. 

Wounded; sight impaired; discharged. 

MACLENNAN, JOHN, Col.-Sergt. 26 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 20 Doune. 

Twice Wounded, 14th October, 1914. and 27th April, 19i5. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Piper ... 4 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 3 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Wounded, January, 1915. 

*MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Sergt... 4 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Killed in Action at Festubert, 9th Mav. 1915. 

*MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. ... 3 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Died of G-as Toisoning at St Julien, 2nd May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN M., Sergt. 4 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Wounded at Xeuve Chapelle. 



MORRISON, JOHN, Pte 4 Doune. 

MORRISON, NEIL, Sergt. ... 4 Doune. 



: 






ROLL OF HONOUR. 171 

Cameron Highlanders, 

MACGREGOR, MURDO, Piper... 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, L.-Corpl. ... 21 Tolsta-Chaolais. 
MACLEOD, NEIL, Pte. ... ... 19 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Wounded, 9th May, 1915; recovered. 

MACLEOD, RODERICK R., Pte. 3 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Wounded, October, 1914. 

MARTIN, NORMAN, Pte. ... 21 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Gordon Highlanders, 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 5 Doune. 
MACLEAN, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 12 Doune. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

♦MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. ... 9 Doune. 

Died in Hospital, 14th July, 1915, of wounds received 13th May. 

♦MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 14 Doune. 

KiMed in Action, 16th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 24 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

MARTIN, MALCOLM, L.-Corpl... 21 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN M., Saddler 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Colonials. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, Pte. ... 2 Doune. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN, Pte. ... 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

New Zealand Contingent. 

Other Units. 

MAC ARTHUR, ANGUS, Piper ... 8 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MACAULAY, JOHN, Pte. ... T Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MACGREGOR, NORMAN, Sergt. 12 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Black Watch. 

MACLEOD, MURDO, Driver. ... 6 Tolsta-Chaolais. 

Eoyal Horse Artillery. 



EAST UIG LOSSES. 




Sgt. Malcolm Macleod 
Tolsta-Chaolis 

killed 9th Mav, 1915 



Ifliifl 



?*:» 




/ 



Lce-Cpl. Malcolm Maskill 
Kirivick, Carloway 

died of wounds 26th April, 11)15 




Lieut. Don. J. Maciver, Callatvsh 

died of wouncis 14th October, 1915 




Ken. Macaulay, R.N.R. 
19 Breasclet 

killed at sea 25th Oct., 191; 




Sgt. Norman Macleod 
Tolsta-Chaolis 

died of K ab poisoning 2nd May, 11)1.' 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



173 



BREASCLET SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-♦»*-♦-*♦- 



Breasclet and Callanish 



»»»»■» 



Population last Census, 696 (Males, 335 ; Females, 361). 

Number of Men serving, 1 25 (18 <° of total ; 
37 1" of Males). 



»■ » ♦ . ^. 



Royal Navy. 

MACIVER, ANGUS, 1st Class P.O. 40 Breasclet 
MACIVER, FAR., 1st Class P.O.... 12b Breasclet. 

MACKAY, DON., 1st Class P.O.... 24 Breasclet 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



MACARTHUR, JOHN 
MACARTHUR, NEIL 
MACARTHUR, NEIL 



MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY. 
*MACAULAY, 

Drowned 

MACAULAY, 
MACAULAY, 



AULAY ... 
CHARLES 
DONALD ... 
DONALD ... 
GEORGE ... 
JOHN 
KENNETH 

on "Clan Macnauehton, 

KENNETH 
KENNETH 



MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER. DONALD 
MACIVER, DONALD 



... 25 Breasclet. 
... 29 Breasclet 
...31b Breasclet 

... 15 Breasclet. 
...19b Breasclet. 
...19c Breasclet 
... 27 Breasclet 
... 19c Breasclet 
... 27 Breasclet 
3 Breasclet. 

February, 191.5. 

5 Breasclet. 
... 19c Breasclet 



..llA Breasclet. 
..12b Breasclet. 
.. 41 Breasclet. 
..10b Breasclet 
..14b Breasclet, 



174 



LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACIVER, 

MACIVER, 

MACIVER, 

^MACIVER, 

Drowned 

MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 
MACIVER, 



DONALD 
DONALD J. 
JOHN ... 
JOHN ... 

from Minesweeper, 

JOHN ... 

JOHN ... 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 

MURDO 

MURDO 



. 34 Breasclet. 

39 Breasclet. 

. 14a Breasclet. 

. 34 Breasclet. 

25th December, 1915. 

. 40 Breasclet. 
. 15 Breasclet. 
. I Ob Breasclet. 
. 14a Breasclet. 
. 40 Breasclet. 
. 15 Breasclet. 
. 18 Breasclet. 
. 41 Breasclet. 



MACKAY, JOHN ... 
MACKAY, NEIL ... 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM 

MACLEAN, DONALD 
MACLEAN, DONALD 
MACLEAN, FINLAY 
MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, MALCOLM 
-MACLEAN, MALCOLM 

Perished in "Formidable" Disaster, 

MACLEAN, MURDO 



MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, MURDO 

MACNEIL, ANGUS 

MORRISON, MURDO 
MORRISON, NORMAN 

SMITH, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 



36a Breasclet. 
36b Breasclet. 

1 Callanish. 

20 Breasclet. 
New Park. 

20 Breasclet. 

8b Breasclet. 

35 Breasclet. 

8b Breasclet. 

28 Breasclet. 

1st. January, 1915. 

.. 28 Breasclet. 

.. 17 Breasclet. 
..11 North Side. 
.. 30 Breasclet. 
. 17 Breasclet. 

.. 13 Breasclet. 

.. 21 Breasclet. 
..37b Breasclet. 

.. 11b Breasclet. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

Lieut. ALEX. MACAULAY, 3 Breasclet. 

Wounded. 

MACARTHUR, DONALD, Pte.... 29 Breasclet. 

Wounded. 



♦MACAULAY, AULAY, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 20th October, 19U. 



32 Breasclet. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



175 



*MACAULAY, DONALD, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 28th April, 1915. 

MACAULAY, KENNETH, Pte. 



19 Breasclet 
15 Breasclet. 



MACIVER, ANGUS, Pte 

MACIVER, CHARLES, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, DONALD, Sgt. 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, JOHN, Pte 

MACIVER, JOHN, Lce.-Cpl. ... 

Wounded. 

*MACIVER, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 

Killed in Action at Ypres, 9th May, 1915. 

-MACIVER, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 18 Breasclet. 

Died of Wounds, 28th April, 1915. 

MACIVER, MURDO, CpL ...14b Breasclet. 
*MACIVER, NEIL, Sgt 40 Breasclet. 

Died in Hospital of Gas Poisoning, 5th Mav, 1915. 

MACIVER, NORMAN, Pte. ... 5 Callanish. 



20 Callanish. 
18 Breasclet. 

4 Breasclet. 

10b Breasclet. 
31a Breasclet. 

14b Callanish. 



MACKAY, DON., Sgt 34 Callanish 

Severely Wounded. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MACKAY, GEORGE, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Twice Wounded. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACKAY, MURDO, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACKAY, NEIL, Pte. ... 



36 Callanish. 

4 Callanish. 

14a Callanish. 
36b Breasclet. 



MACKENZIE, LOUIS, Pte. 

Died of Wounds, 9th February, 1915. 



42 Breasclet. 
1 Callanish. 



39 Callanish. 
2lB Callanish. 



MACLEAN, ALICK DAN, Pte. 

Seriously Wounded. 

-MACLEAN, DONALD, Pte. 

Killed at Persian Gulf, 7th January, 1916. 

-MACLEAN, FINLAY, Pte. ... 36 Breasclet. 

Wounded in Action, 4th Nov, 1915, and died in Hospital next day. 

MACLEAN, FINLAY, Pte. ...21b Callanish. 

Wounded. 

MACLEAN, GEORGE, Sgt.-Majorl6B Callanish. 



MACLEAN, GEORGE, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEAN, KENNETH, Pte. . 
MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. 

Twice Wounded. 

-MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 14th December, 1914 

MACLEAN, MURDO, Piper . 



30 Callanish. 

21 Callanish. 

22 Breasclet. 
16b Callanish. 

18 Callanish. 

21 A Callanish. 



Breasclet and Callanish Casualties, 





Kenneth Macaulay, R.N.R, 
3 Breasclet 

drowned Feby., 1915 



Pte. Murdo Maclean 
18 Callanish 

killed 14th Dec. 1914 




Malcolm Maclean, R.N.R. 
28 Breasclet 

drowned 1st Jan., 1915 




Pte. Robt. Morrison 
37 Breasclet 

killed 10th March 1915 






Pte. Louis Mackenzie 
I Callanish 

died of wounds 9th Feb., 1915 




Corpl. Don. Macaulay 
19 Breasclet 

died of wounds -28th Apr., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



177 



MACLEAN, MURDO, Pte. 
MACLEAN, MURDO, Lce.-Cpl. . 
*MACLEAN, NEIL, Pte 

Killed in Action, 9th May, 1915. 

MACLENNAN, NEIL, Pte. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. . 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, JAMES, Pte. 
MACPHAIL, MALCOLM, Pte. . 
*MORRISON, ROBERT, Lce.-Cpl 

Killed in Action, 10th March, 1915. 

MORRISON, ARCHIE, Pte. 
SMITH, ALEX, Pte. 



30 Callanish. 
35 Callanish. 

8 Breasclet. 

6 Callanish. 
11 Callanish. 

New Park. 

9 Breasclet. 
37 Breasclet. 

37 Breasclet. 
40 Callanish. 



Gordon Highlanders. 



MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. 



39 dxllznlxh 



* 



Cameron Highlanders, 

Lieut. DONALD^ JOHN i tACIVER, 8 Callanish. 

"Wounded, 29th September, 1915; died in Hospital, 14th October, 
1915. 



MACARTHUR, DONALD, Pte. 
MACINNES, ANGUS, Pte. 

"Wounded at Loos, September, 1915. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Sgt. ... 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 
'MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Pte. 



Missing since November, 1914; since officially reported killed 



tMACKENZIE, GEORGE, Pte. 

Missing since 9th May, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH, Pte 
tMACLEAN, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded >and Missing since 9th May, 1915. 

MACLEOD, ALLAN, Cpl. 

Wounded at Loos, September, 1915. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
SMITH, DONALD, Sgt. ... 



31 Callanish. 
2 Callanish. 

9 Callanish. 

1 Callanish. 
1 Callanish. . 



30 Callanish. 

1 Callanish. 

35 Callanish. 

26 Callanish. 
41 Callanish. 
40 Callanish. 



12 



178 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACAULAY, MALCOLM, Bom... 3 Breasclet 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Gunner. ... 11 Callanish. 



MACAULAY, DONALD 

Wounded. 

MACAULAY, JOHN 



Canadian Contingent. 

... 25 Callanish. 
... 25 Callanish. 



MACIVER, NEIL ... 
MACIVER, JOHN 

Wounded ; foot amputated. 



8 Callanish. 
42 Breasclet. 



Other Units. 

MACAULAY, ANGUS 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

MACIVER, MALCOLM 

29th Battery, R.F.A. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 

1st Scots Guards ; wounded. 

MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte 

3rd Scots Guards. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN F 

A.S.C. (Motor Transport). 

MACLEAN, HUGH 

Lovat Scouts. 

MACLEAN, KENNETH 

Scots Guards. 

MACLEAN, MURDO 

A.S.C. (Motor Transport). 

MACLEAN, WILLIAM 

Lovat Scouts. 

MACLENNAN, MALCOLM ... 

R.A.M.C. 



MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Cpl. ... 

Life Guards; awarded La Croix Guerre by French Government. 



25 Callanish. 

7 Callanish. 
19 Callanish. 

32 Callanish. 
36 Callanish. 

Garynahine Hotel 

21 Callanish. 
18 Callanish. 
4 New Park. 
35 Breasclete. 

1 New Park. 

Schoolhouse. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



179 



BERNERA SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



->-•-<- 



(Breaclet, Kirkibost, Tobson and Hacklet.) 



» « ♦ ■ ♦ 



Population last Census, 730 (Males, 338 ; Females, 392). 

Number of Men serving, 1 00 ( 1 4% of total ; 

30% of Males). 



» » ♦ « ^ 



Royal Naval Reserve 



HACARTHUR, MALCOLM 



1 Kirkibost. 



Survivor from "Hermes" Disaster, 31st October, 1914; never properly 
recovered from effects of immersion; discharged on medical 
grounds. 



MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, DONALD Z. 



IT Kirkibost. 

4 Hacklet. 

12 Kirkibost. 



Patrol Boat on which he was serving was blown up off Scarborough, 
December, 1914 (after German raid); sustained injuries; 
provisionally discharged. 



MACAULAY, JOHN 
MACAULAY, KENNETH 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, ALEX. ... 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, ANGUS ... 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
11ACDONALD, DONALD (Sen 
MACDONALD, DONALD (Jun 
MACDONALD, DONALD 

Interned in Holland. 

3IACDONALD, DONALD (Sen.) 



2 Kirkibost. 

12 Kirkibost. 

1 Tobson. 
T Kirkibost. 
T Tobson. 

13 Tobson. 

16 Tobson. 
2/16 Tobson. 

4 Tobson. 

7 Tobson. 
10 Tobson. 
13 Tobson. 
13 Tobson. 
16 Tobson. 

15 Kirkibost. 



ISO 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACDONALD, DONALD (Jim.) 15 Kirkibost. 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, FINLAY 
MACDONALD, JAMES ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN (Sen.) 
MACDONALD, JOHN (Jun.) . 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 



Prisoner in Germany. 



MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, KENNETH 



25 Kirkibost. 
2 Breaclet. 
16 Tobson. 
13 Breaclet. 

9 Kirkibost 
11 Kirkibost. 
7 Tobscn. 
i 1 oDson. 

23 Tobson. 

24 Tobson. 

25 Tobson. 
20 Hacklet 
24 Tobson. 



Was with Donald Z. Maoaulay (see above) in Patrol when blown up; 
after skort time in hospital, returned to duty. 



MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 



Seaman-Gunner. 



MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 



KENNETH 
MALCOLM 
MALCOLM 

MALCOLM 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 



24b Tobson. 
17 Tobson. 
24 Tobson. 

T Hacklet. 

5 Breaclet. 

11 Kirkibost. 

24 Kirkibost. 



Serving on H.M.S. "Orama;" was presented by Highlanders of Sydney, 
X.S.W., with silver watch, in appreciation of services as 
precentor at Gaelic meetings held in Sj'dney while "Orama"' 
was in that port. 



MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 



NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 
NORMAN 



3 Tobson. 

7 Tobson. 
13 Tobson. 
24 Tobson. 

7 Hacklet. 
15 Hacklet. 



Interned in Holland. 



20 Kirkibost. 
20 Kirkibost. 



MACINNES, ANGUS ... 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACINNES, DONALD ... 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACINNES, DUNCAN 20 Kirkibost. 

^MACINNES, NORMAN 1 Breaclet. 

Perished in "Hermes" Disaster, 31st October, 1914. 



MACIVER, ANGUS 

Interned *.n Holland. 

MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER, ANGUS 
MACIVER, DONALD 

Serving: on H.M.S. "Orama 



7 Breaclet. 

21 Kirkibost. 
1 Tobson. 
3 Breaclet. 

like Norman Macdonald (see above), was 



presented with silver watch at Sydney, N.S.W 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



181 



MACIVER, MALCOLM .., 
MACKENZIE, ANGUS .. 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 
MACKENZIE, JOHN .., 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN 
MACKENZIE, NORMAN 

MACLENNAN, DONALD 
MACLENNAN, JOHN .. 
MACLENNAN, MURDO 
MACLENNAN, NORMAN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLENNAN, NORMAN 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MORRISON, JOHN 
SMITH, NORMAN 



11 Hacklet. 
6 Tobson. 

12 Hacklet. 
8 Breaclet 

5 Hacklet. 
8 Tobson. 

6 Tobson. 

3 Kirkibost. 

3 Kirkibost. 

8 Kirkibost. 

5 Kirkibost. 

10 Kirkibost. 

6 Breaclet. 
19 Kirkibost. 
18 Kirkibost. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



MACARTHUR, DON., Lce.-Cpl. 
♦MACAULAY, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACAULAY, NEIL, Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte 

Wounded; severely; discharged. 

MACDONALD, GEORGE, Pte. 

Gas Poisoned. 

♦MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Killed in Action on 1st March, 1915. 

tMACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte 

Missing 1 since 25th April, 1915. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. 
MACDONALD, NOR. A., Pte. 

MACIVER, ALEX., Pte. ... 
MACIVER, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACIVER, JOHN, Lee. Cpl. 
MACIVER, PETER, Pte. ... 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 



1 Kirkibost. 
4 Hacklet. 

4 Hacklet. 

13 Breaclet. 

5 Breaclet. 

24b Tobson. 

5 Breaclet. 
11 Kirkibost. 
25 Tobson. 

20 Hacklet. 

6 Hacklet. 

21 Kirkibost. 
21 Kirkibost. 

4 Breaclet. 
T Bre-xlet. 

8 Breaclet 



182 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACAULAY, HECTOR, Pte. ... 12 Kirkibost. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 24 Kirkibost. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS 25 Tobson. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, PETER J 6 Breaclet. 



Colonials. 

♦MACDONALD, KENNETH ... 24 Tobson. 

Canadian Infantry; wounded in Action, 15th June, 1915; died 16th 
June, 1915. 

MACLENNAN, ALEX 8 Kirkibost. 

Australian Infantry. 

♦MACLENNAN, JOHN 8 Kirkibost. 

Canadian Infantry ; killed in Action, 15th June, 1915. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Sgt. ... 11 Breaclet. 

Australian Light Horse; Machine Gun Section. 



Other Units. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 13 Tobson. 

Scottish Rifles. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 11 Kirkibost. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 16 Tobson. 

Scottish Rifles ; wounded ; severely ; second time. 

MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, Pte... 6 Tobson. 

R.A.M.C. 

MACLEOD, NEIL M., Sgt.-Major Croir. 

National Reserve (Recruiting Centre, Glasgow). 

MACLEOD, D. F., Rifleman ... Croir. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 

MACLEOD, JAS. R. W., Lce.-Cpl. Croir. 

9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



183 



VALTOS SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



♦► ■ <» 



(Valtos, Uigin, Cliff and Kneep), 



Population last Census, 613 (Males, 305 ; Females, 308). 

Number of Men serving, 61 (10% of total; 
20% of Males). 



» * » »■+ 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



BUCHANAN, MURDO ... 
MACAULAY, ANGUS ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

Cousin of above. 

MACIVER, ANGUS 

MACIVER, JOHN 

MACIVER, KENNETH ... 
♦MACIVER, NORMAN ... 

Washed overboard at sea from H .U.S. 
1915. 

MACKAY, ALEX 

MACKAY, ANDREW ... 
MACKAY, ANDREW ... 
MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, DONALD 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACKAY, DONALD 
MACKAY, DONALD 



Uigin. 
23 Valtos. 

22 Valtos. 

Uigin. 

2 Kneep. 

4 Kneep. 

4 Kneep. 

11 Kneep. 

12 Kneep. 
11 Kneep. 
25 Valtos. 

'Inconstant," 6th Febrtxry 

15 Valtos. 

2 Valtos. 

, 23 Valtos. 

Valtos. 

11 Valtos. 

, 11 Valtos. 

, 15 Valtos. 
. 21 Valtos. 



SOME UIG SACRIFICES. 




$fe 





Pte. Rodk. Macleod 
5 Lundale 

killed 10th March, 1915 



Pte. Val. Mackay 
1 6 Valtos 

killed 5th May, 1915 





Pte. John Macaulay, 3 Lundale 

killed 24th Oct., 1914 





Sergt. John Macleod 
1 Enaclete 

killed 25th Sep., 1915 



«<^ 



Pte. Finlay Maclean 
36 Breasclete 

died of wounds 4th Nov., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



185 



MACKAY, NORMAN ... 


.. 23 Valtos. 


MACLEAN, NORMAN ... 


.. 19 Valtos. 


MACLENNAN, DONALD 


Cliff. 


Interned in Holland. 




MACLENNAN, DONALD 


.. 15 Kneep. 


MACLENNAN, MALCOLM . 


. . 24 Valtos. 


MACLENNAN, NORMAN 


.. 15 Kneep. 


MACLEOD, JOHN W 


.. 12 Valtos. 


Interned in Holland. 




MACLEOD, KENNETH... 


.. 11 Valtos. 


MATHESON, DONALD ... 


.. 4 Valtos. 


MATHESON, JOHN 


4 Valtos. 


MATHESON, MALCOLM 


.. 4 Valtos. 


MORRISON, ANGUS ... 


.. 13 Kneep. 


MORRISON, DONALD ... 


... 3 Valtos. 


MORRISON, DONALD ... 


... 5 Valtos. 


Interned in Holland. 




MORRISON, JAMES 


Rainier. 


Intern ed in Holland. 




MORRISON, DUNCAN ... 


Rainier. 


MORRISON, KENNETH 


... 13 Kneep. 


MORRISON, MALCOLM 


.. 13 Kneep. 


SMITH, JOHN 


... 30 Valtos. 


SMITH, WILLIAM 


9 Kneep. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACKAY, IAIN 16 Valtos. 

Gas Poisoned; in Convalescent Home. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Cpl. ... Uigin. 

Wounded in France; rejoined regiment. 



Cameron Highlanders, 



BUCHANAN, JOHN, Cpl. ... Kneep. 

Wounded in France; rejoined regiment. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte 16 Valtos. 

Wounded at Hill 60; in Hospital. 

*MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 16 Valtos. 

Killed in Action in France, 5th May, 1913. 



186 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. . 

Wounded; rejoined regiment. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

Kneep. 

. 33 Valtos. 



MACDONALD, DONALD, Sgt 

Gas Poisoned; in Hospital. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

BUCHANAN, MURDO 18 Uigan. 

MACLENNAN, ALEX Raimer. 



Canadian Contingent. 

MACDONALD, JOHN 22 Valtos. 

MACIVER, MURDO 25 Valtos. 

^MACKAY, KENNETH, Pte. ... 34 Valtcs. 

Killed in Action in Flanders, 1st November, 1915. 



MACLENNAN, ALEX., Sgt. 



24 Valtos. 



Other Units. 

MACAULAY, DUG., M.A. B.Sc... 23 Valtos. 

MACIVER, ALEX. 25 Valtos. 

MACKAY, ANGUS 31 Valtos. 

On Armoured Car, A.S.C. 

MACKAY, HUGH 31 Valtcs. 

Fu.A.M.C. 

MACKAY, JOHN 31 Valtos. 

MACKAY, NORMAN, Sgt. ... 31 Valtos. 

Durham Light Infantry. 

MATHESON, DONALD, Sgt. ... Valtos. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

MATHESON, HECTOR, Sgt. ... Valtos. 

Black Watch. 

MORRISON, ANGUS Raimer. 

Boval Field Artillery. 






ROLL OF HONOUR. 



187 



CROWLISTA SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-•►-»-*♦- 



(Crowlista and Aird-Uig.) 



-+#-♦-*♦- 



Population last Census, 279 (Males, 133; Females, 146). 

Number of Men serving, 55 (20°/ o of total ; 
41% of Males). 



-+*-+~4^ 



Royal Navy. 



Surgeon MALCOLM B. MACLEOD, Ardroil 
Farm. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



BUCHANAN, KENNETH 
BUCHANAN, PETER .. 



MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 
MACDONALD, 



ANGUS 
DONALD 

JOHN ... 

JOHN M. 
MALCOLM 

RODERICK 



MACIVER, ANGUS 

Prisoner in. Germany. 

MACIVER, DONALD 
MACIVER, JOHN ... 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACKAY, JOHN ... 
MACKAY, MALCOLM . 
MACKAY, MURDO 
MACKAY, NEIL ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACKAY, NEIL ... . 

MACLEAN, JOHN... 
MACLEAN. KENNETH. 

MACLEOD. JOHN 
MACLEOD, MURDO 
MACLEOD. NORMAN . 



23 Crowlista. 
23 Crowlista. 

6 Crowlista. 
20 Crowlista. 
16 Crowlista. 
25 Crowlista, 

2 Crowlista. 

6 Crowlista. 

10 Crowlista, 

9 Aird-Uig. 
10 Crowlista. 

12 Crowlista. 

14 Crowlista. 

12 Crowlista. 

T Crowlista. 

14 Crowlista. 

5 Aird-Uig. 

15 Crowlista. 

8 Aird-Uig. 
8 Aird-Uig. 

8 Crowlista. 



188 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACRITCHIE, DONALD 
MACRITCHIE, DONALD 
MACRITCHIE, MALCOLM 
MACRITCHIE, NORMAN 
MACRITCHIE, NORMAN 

Interned in Holland. 

MATHESON, ALEXANDER 
MATHESON, DONALD 
MATHESON, MURDO ... 

Survivor from H.M.S. "Hermes." 

MATHESON, MURDO ... 

NICOLSON, JOHN 
NICOLSON, KENNETH 

Interned in Holland. 



4 Aird-Uig. 
7 Aird-Uig. 
3 Aird-Uig. 
3 Aird-Uig. 
T Aird-Uig. 

24 Crowlista. 
22 Crowlista. 
22 Crowlista, 

6 Aird-Uig. 

11 Crowlista. 
1 Crowlista. 



Scaforth Highlanders, 

MACAULAY, JOHN J. L., Pte. ... IT Crowlista. 
MACDONALD, DUNCAN, Cpl.... 20 Crowlista. 

Wounded ; rejoined regiment. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Lce.-Sgt. 2 Crowlista. 

Missing since 8th November, 1914. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Fte. 9 Crowlista. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, L.-Cpl. 20 Crowlista. 
MACIVER, DUNCAN, Cpl. ... 9 Aird-Uig, 
MACLEAN, RODERICK, Pte. ... 12 Crowlista. 

Severely wounded. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Sgt 4 Crowlista. 

Cameron Highlanders. 

2nd Lieut. JOHN MACKENZIE, The Manse. 

Sth Battalion. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, WILLIAM, Pte.... 14 Crowlista. 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 8 Aird-Uig. 

Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Sgt. ... 18 Crowlista. 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Gr. 20 Crowlista. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACRITCHIE, DONALD, Sgt... 5 Crowlista. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



189 



Other Colonials. 



MACIVER, JOHN .., 

Australian Contingent. 



9 Aird-Uig. 



Other Units, 



FRASER, DONALD M. ... 

Royal Soots. 


The Manse. 




MACDONALD, DONALD 

R.A.M.C. 


... 6 Crowlista. 




MACKAY, NEIL 

A.S.C. (Motor Transport). 


... 14 Crowlista. 




MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER 

Lovat Scouts. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD 

Cycle Corps 


The Manse. 
Uig Lodge. 


r 


MACLEOD, PETER 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 


... 8 Crowlista. 




MACRITCHIE, PETER ... 

Royal Engineers. 


... 7 Aird-Uig. 





Some Battery Boys from Uig. 




Standing — Gunner Kenneth M. Macdonald and Gunner Donald 
J. Macdonald, Carlo way. 

Sitting — Sergt. Macdonald, Crowlista. 



190 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



ISL1VIG AND MANGERSTA SCHOOL 

DISTRICTS. 



(Breanish, Islivig and Mangersta.) 



^» ►♦-*•- 



Population last Census, 259 (Males, 120 ; Females, 139). 

No. of Men serving, 32 (12 1° of total ; 
27 rot Males.) 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



BUCHANAN, ALLAN ... 
BUCHANAN, DONALD 
BUCHANAN, DONALD 
BUCHANAN, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 

BUCHANAN, MALCOLM 

Interned in Holland. 

BUCHANAN, MALCOLM 
BUCHANAN, MURDO ... 

Interned in Holland. 

BUCHANAN, NEIL 

MACAULAY, DONALD 
MACAULAY, JOHN 
MACAULAY, JOHN 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 

MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, ANGUS 

MACKINNON, ANGUS ... 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 

MACLEOD, MURDANIE 
MATHESON, DONALD ... 



7 Mangersta. 
14 Breanish. 

9 Mangersta. 
14 Breanish. 

11 Breanish. 

6 Breanish. 
27 Breanish. 

11 Breanish. 

19 Breanish. 
3 Islivig. 
2 Breanish. 

1 Breanish. 

8 Breanish. 
8 Breanish. 

18 Breanish. 

Bridge End, 
Breanish. 
24 Breanish. 

11 Mangersta. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 191 



MORRISON, ANGUS 10 Islivig. 

Interned in Holland. 

MORRISON, DONALD 8 Mangersta. 

MORRISON, GEORGE 20 Breanish. 

MORRISON, TOHN 6 Mangersta. 

MORRISON, KENNETH ... 28 Breanish. 

MORRISON, MALCOLM ... 8 Mangersta. 

MORRISON, NORMAN 1 Mangersta. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

tBUCHANAN, MAL. J., Pte. ... 11 Breanish. 

Wounded and Missing since September, 1914. 

MACIVER, MURDO, Sgt. ... 5 Breanish. 

Wounded. 



Canadian Contingent. 

MACKINNON, JOHN 18 Breanish. 

^MACLEOD, PETER, Sergt. ... Bridge End, 

Breanish. 

Royal Highlanders of Canada; killed in Action at St Julien, 
24th April, 1915. 

Other Colonials. 

MACKAY, FAROUHAR A. ... Mangersta Farm. 

South African Force (was through the German South-West Campaign. 

Other Units. 

Second-Lieut. JOHN MACKAY, Mangersta Farm. 

Officers' Tra i n i ng, Corps > came from Johannesburg at his own expense 
to enlist. 

MORRISON, NEIL 13 Mangersta. 

Lorat Scouts. 



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o 

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Z 
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Q 
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ROLL OF HONOUR. 



193 



LOCHCROISTEAN SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Carishader, Geshader, Ungishader and Enaclete.) 



Population last Census, 279 (Males, 1 36 ; Females, 1 43). 

Number of Men serving, 32 ( 1 1 % of total ; 
24% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



BUCHANAN, MALCOLM 

MACDONALD, ANGUS... 
MACDONALD, ANGUS... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACDONALD, FARQUHAR 
MACDONALD, JOHN . 
MACDONALD, PETER . 

MACIVER, KENNETH . 

MACKAY, DONALD 
MACKAY, JOHN ... 

MACLEAN, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, MURDO . 

MACNEIL, ANGUS 

MORRISON, DONALD . 
MORRISON, MALCOLM 
MORRISON, MALCOLM 
MORRISON, MURDO . 

SMITH, DONALD... 



3 Carishader. 

6 Carishader. 
3 Geshader. 

3 Geshader. 
11 Geshader. 
11 Geshader. 

4 Geshader. 

2 Carishader. 

6 Geshader. 

3 Ungishader. 

9 Enaclete. 
1 Enaclete. 

10 Geshader. 

1 Ungishader. 
8 Geshader. 

11 Carishader. 

7 Carishader. 

4 Enaclete. 

1 Ungishader. 

1 Ungishader. 

2 Ungishader. 

13 



194 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Seaiorth Highlanders. 



MACLEAN, PETER, Pte. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEOD, KENNETH, Sgt. 

Wounded in nrm. 



3 Urigishader. 

1 Ungishader. 
8 Carishader. 



*MACNEIL, WM. Lce.-Cpl. ... 1 Carishader. 

Awarded D.C.M. for gallantry at Givenchy; also awarded the Russian 
Cross of the Order of St George (4th Cass); Killed in Action 
at Rue-de-Bois, Flanders, 9th Mav, 1915. 



Gordon Highlanders, 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. 



2 Carishader. 



"Wounded in lea - . 



Cameron Highlanders, 

MACDONALD, KENNETH, Pte. T Geshader. 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 12 Carishader. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 1 Enaclete. 
^MACLEOD, JOHN, Sgt 1 Enaclete. 

Killed in action at Loos, 25th September, 1915. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, Pte. ... 10 Geshader. 



MACRITCHIE, ANGUS, Pte. 



9 Geshader. 




ROLL OF HONOUR. 



195 



CRUL1VIG SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Earshader, Cruhvig and Lundale.) 



Population last Census, 166 (Males, 81 I Females, 85). 

Number of Men serving, 18 (11 7° of total ; 

IT? of Males.) 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

FERGUSON, FINLAY 6 Crulivig 

MAC AULA Y, DONALD... 



MACDONALD, KENNETH 
MACDONALD, NORMAN 

MACINNES, DUNCAN ... 

MACLEOD, KENNETH 

SMITH, KENNETH 



3 Lundale. 

6 Lundale. 
5 Crulivig. 

3 Crulivig. 

5 Lundale. 

1 Earshader. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACAULAY, ANGUS, Pte. ... 3 Lundale. 

Woaa.de 1 in back; returned to tiring line. 

*MACAULAY, JOHN, Pte. ... 3 Lundale. 

Killed in Action, 2Gth October, 1914. 



MACDONALD, JAMES, Pte. 



5 Crulivig. 



MACKAY, MALCOLM W., Pte.... 4 Crulivig. 

Wounded in arm; ears affected; now at Cicraarty. 

MACKAY, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 5 Crulivig. 

Wounded at Persian Gulf, 7th. January, 1916. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. ... 5 Lundale. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. ... 5 Lundale. 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 5 Lundale. 

Once wounded, and once gas poisoned, in France. 



196 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



*MACLEOD, RODERICK, Pte. ... 5 Lundale. 

Ki'led in Action, 10th March, 1915. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

tMACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 1 Crulivig. 

Frostbitten; missing' since 25th September, 1915. 



Canadian Contingent. 

FERGUSON, ANGUS, Sgt. ... 6 Crulivig. 

Wounded at St Julien; taken prisoner; had left leg amputated at 
thigh; subsequently exchanged fo German Prisoner of War, 







ROLL OF HONOUR. 197 



PARISH OF LOCHS. 



ACHMORE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Achmore, Lochganvich and Cleascro.) 



Population last Census, 202 (Males, 91 ; Females, 111). 

Number of Men serving, 1 7 (8"° of total ; 
19?° of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

MACARTHUR, MURDO ... 15 Achmore. 

MACDONALD, MURDO ... 8 Achmore. 

MACKAY, JOHN R 6 Achmore. 

MACKAY, MALCOLM N. ... 6 Achmore. 
*MACKAY, MALCOLM 3 Achmore. 

Lost on H.M.S. "Triumph," 25th. May, 1915 

SMITH, DONALD 5 Achmore. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACINNES, ALLAN, Pte. ... 20 Achmore. 
MACKAY, JOHN, Pte 5 Achmore. 



198 



"LOYAL LEWIS." . 



Cameron Highlanders. 
*MACKAY, DUNCAN, Pte. ... 5 Achmore. 

Killed in Action. 22nd December, 1914. 

tMACKAY, MURDO, Pte 2 Achmore. 

Missing- since 22nd December, 1914. 

MACKAY, NEIL, Pte 2 Achmore. 

MACKAY, NORMAN. Pte. ... 1 Achmore. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte 1G Achmore. 

Ross Mountain Battery. 

MORRISON, ALEX. M., Gunner... 8 Achmore. 



Colonial Contingent. 

MACINNES, PETER, Pte. ... 24 Achmore. 

12th Battalion Australian Contingent (Imperial Force). 



MACKAY, ANGUS, Pte. 

South African Force. 

MACKAY, JOHN, Pte. 



G Achmore. 
6 Achmore. 



Canadian Contingent. 







ROLL OF HONOUR. 



199 



GRIMSHADER SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 233 (Males, 109 ; Females, 124). 

Number of Men serving, 32 (14% of total ; 

29% of Males.) 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



MACAULAY, AUGUS ... 
MACAULAY, ANGUS (Jun.) 
MACAULAY, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 

MACAULAY, JOHN (Jun.) 
MACAULAY, MALCOLM 

MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM 



MACKENZIE. 
MACKENZIE. 
MACKENZIE. 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE. 
MACKENZIE. 



ALEXANDER 
ALLAN 
COLIN 
JOHN 
TOHN 
TOHN M. 
MALCOLM 
MURDO... 
RODERICK 



Interned in Holland. 

MACLEAN, JOHN 
MACLEAN, KENNETH 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

MACLEOD. DONALD (Jun.) 
MACLEOD, JOHN 

MACLEOD, JOHN M. ... 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 



11 Grimshader. 
11 Grimshader. 
11 Grimshader. 

11 Grimshader. 
10 Grimshader. 

3 Grimshader. 
3 Grimshader. 

12 Grimshader. 

13 Grimshader. 
9 Grimshader. 

12 Grimshader. 
9 Grimshader. 
9 Grimshader. 
6 Grimshader. 

10 Grimshader. 

13 Grmshader. 

15 Grimshader. 
15 Grimshader. 

14 Grimshader. 
14 Grimshader. 

1 Grimshader. 
8 Grimshader. 
1 Grimshader. 



200 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACRAE, DONALD 5 Grimshader. 

MACRAE, EVANDER 5 Grimshader. 

MACRAE, KENNETH 5 Grimshader. 

MACRAE, NORMAN 5 Grimshader. 

MONTGOMERY, MURDO ... 1 Grimshader. 

MORRISON, JOHN 14 Grimshader. 

Scaforth Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, ALEX., Pte. ... 1 Grimshader. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACAULAY, ALEX 10 Grimshader. 

Other Units. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD ... 10 Grimshader. 

Army Service Corps. 




ROLL OF HONOUR. 



201 



FIDIGARY SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Raerinish and Crossbost). 



Population last Census, 780 (Males, 379 ; Females, 401). 
Number of Men serving, 162 (23% of total ; 
43% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



FERGUSON, ANGUS (a) 
FERGUSON, ANGUS (b) 

KENNEDY, ANGUS 
KENNEDY, ANGUS 
KENNEDY, DONALD ... 
KENNEDY, MURDO ... 

MACAULAY, ALEXANDER 
MACAULAY, ALEXANDER 
MACAULAY, ANGUS *... 
MACAULAY, DONALD ... 
MACAULAY, JOHN 
MACAULAY, MALCOLM 
MACAULAY, NEIL 
MACAULAY, NORMAN... 
MACAULAY, NORMAN (a) 
MACAULAY, NORMAN (b) 
MACAULAY, NORMAN... 



13 Crossbost. 

14 Crossbost. 

1 Crossbost. 

23 Crossbost. 

1 Crossbost. 

1 Crossbost. 

7 Crossbost. 
14 Crossbost. 
14 Crossbost. 
41 Raerinish. 
21 Crossbost. 

9 Rearinish. 
41 Raerinish. 
41 Raerinish. 

7 Crossbost. 

7 Crossbost. 
21 Crossbost. 



MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER.... 26 Crossbost. 



MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, DONALD F. 



3 Raerinish. 
23 Raerinish. 

22 Crossbost. 

23 Raerinish. 
41 Raerinish. 



202 " LOYAL LEWIS." 


' 


MACDONALD, DUNCAN 


. 47 


Raerinish. 


MACDONALD, EBENEZER . 


. 41 


Raerinish. 


MACDONALD, FINLAY 


. 3 


Raerinish. 


MACDONALD, JOHN ... 


99 


Crossbost. 


MACDONALD, MALCOLM 


. 16 


Crossbost. 


MACDONALD, MALCOLM 


. 23 


Raerinish. 


MACDONALD, MURDO 


. 23 


Raerinish. 


MACDONALD, MURDO 


. 12 


Crossbost. 


MACDONALD, MURDO 


. 11 


Crossbost. 


MACDONALD. ROBERT .. 


99 


Crossbost. 


MACINNES, DONALD 


. 5 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, DANIEL 


. 18 Raerinish. 


MACKENZIE, DONALD 


. 32 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, DONALD 


.. 19 


Crossbost 


MACKENZIE, EBENEZER 


.. 28 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, KENNETH A. . 


.. 19 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 


.. 18 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 


.. 45 


Raerinish. 


MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 


.. 15 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 


.. 18 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 


.. 30 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, ROBERT ... 


.. 26 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, RODERICK 


.. 32 


Raerinish. 


MACKENZIE, RODERICK 


.. 32 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, RODERICK 


.. 12 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, RODERICK 


.. 19 


Crossbost. 


MACKENZIE, RODERICK 


.. 20 


Crossbost. 


MACKINNON, ALEXANDER . 


.. 8 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, COLIN ... 


.. 15 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, DONALD 


.. 21 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, JOHN ... 


.. 9 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, JOHN ... 


.. 21 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, JOHN MURDO. 


... 8 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, MALCOLM 


.. 8 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, NORMAN 


.. 9 


Raerinish. 


MACKINNON, RODERICK 


.. 8 


Raerinish. 


MACLEAN, DUNCAN ... 


.. 4 


Raerinish. 


MACLEAN, GEORGE ... 


99 


Raerinish. 


MACLEAN, NORMAN 


99 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 


.. 1 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, ALEXANDER . 


.. 21 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, ANGUS 


.. 1 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, ANGUS 


.. 42 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


') 


Raerinish. 


MACLEOD, DONALD ... 


.. 1 


Raerinish. 



'"" 


ROLL OF HONOUR. 


203 


MACLEOD, 


DONALD ... 


.. IT Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


DONALD ... 


.. 37 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


DONALD ... 


.. 42 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


DONALD W. 


. . 44 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


DONALD ... 


.. 46 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


DONALD ... 


8 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


DUNCAN J. 


7 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


FINLAY 


. . 46 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


.. 18 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


.. 19 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN ... . 


.. 30 Raerinish. 




*MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


.. 33 Raerinish. 




Kilfel Itn 


■ misadventure, 24th Septenib 


Br, 1914. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


.. 42 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD. 


JOHN 


. . 16 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


. . 31 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


JOHN 


. • 39 Raerinish. 




*MACLEOD, 


KENNETH J. 


7 Raerinish. 




Killed in 


Aeti .11, 14th September, 1914 






MACLEOD, 


LOUIS 


1 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MALCOLM 


. . 33 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MALCOLM 


. . 13 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


MALCOLM 


. . 40 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MALCOLM 


.. 17 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MALCOLM 


Maryhill. 




MACLEOD, 


MURDO 


.. 2 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MURDO 


. . 44 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


MURDO 


.. 8 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


NEIL 


.. 30 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


NORMAN ... 


6 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


NORMAN ... 


7 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD. 


RODERICK 


. . 14 Raerinish. 


• 


MACLEOD, 


RODERICK 


. . 18 Raerinish. 




MACLEOD, 


RODERICK 


8 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD. 


RODERICK 


. . 13 Crossbost. 




MACLEOD, 


WILLIAM ... 


. . 42 Raerinish. 




MACMILLAN, ALEXANDER . 


. . 17 Crossbost. 




MACMILLA 


Is, ANGUS ... 


. . 17 Crossbost. 




MACMILLAN, DONALD 


. . 17 Crossbost. 




MACRAE, ALEXANDER 


. . 35 Raerinish. 




MACRAE, DONALD 


. . 35 Raerinish. 




MACRAE, JOHN 


. . 35 Raerinish. 




MACSWEEN, DONALD ... 


26 Raerinish. 




MONTGOMERY, DONALD . 


. . 16 Raerinish. 




MONTGOMERY, JOHN ... 


. . 27 Raerinish. 




MONTGOMERY, MURDO 


. . 20 Raennkh. 





Crossbost and Raerinish Casualties 




Ken. J. Macdonald, R.N.R. 
7 Raerinish 

killed in •' Carmania" fight 
14th Sep., 1914 




Pte. Finlay Nicolson 
13 Raerinish 

killed 22nd Dec.,l9]4 




John Macleod. 33 Raerinish 

killed by misadventure 24th Sep., 1914 




■■■ ' •' • ■■■.... 



Pte. Murdo Macinnes 
5 Crossbost 

kdled 25th April, 1915 




Bom. Alex. Mackenzie. R.M.B. 
4 Crossbost 

killed 2nd May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



205 



MONTGOMERY, NEIL ... 

MORRISON, MURDO ... 

NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
NICOLSON, DONALD (a) 
NICOLSON, DONALD (b) 
NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
NICOLSON, MALCOLM 
NICOLSON, MURDO ... 
NICOLSON, RODERICK 
NICOLSON, WILLIAM J. 

THOMSON, JAMES 



27 Raerinish. 

27 Crossbost. 

13 Raerinish. 

20 Raerinish. 

20 Raerinish. 

21 Raerinish. 
20 Raerinish. 
24 Raerinish. 
36 Raerinish. 
20 Raerinish. 

29 Raerinish. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

... 5 Crcssbost. 



"MACINNES, MURDO, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACKINNON, JOHN, Pte. 
'MACLEOD, ANGUS, Cpl. 

Killed in Action, 25th April, 1915. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACLEOD, JOHN McD., Sgt 
MACLEOD, NEIL, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACMILLAN, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded. 



8 Raerinish. 
43 Raerinish. 

11 Raerinish. 

14 Raerinish. 

1 Raerinish. 

11 Raerinish. 

17 Crossbost. 



35 Raerinish. 
26 Raerinish. 



MACRAE, JOHN, Pte. ... 

MACSWEEN, NEIL, Pte. 

MONTGOMERY, DONALD, Pte.. 16 Raerinish. 

Severely wounded. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN, Pte. ... 10 Raerinish. 
♦NICOLSON, DONALD, Pte. ... 21 Raerinish. 

Killed in Action at Persian Gulf, 7th January, 1916. 

•NICOLSON, FINLAY, Pte. ... 13 Raerinish. 

Killed in Action, 22nd December, 1914. 

THOMPSON, RODERICK, Pte. 



29 Raerinish. 



Cameron High landers. 



MACDONALD, JOHN M., Pte. 
MACINNES, ANGUS, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded* 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 



3 Raerinish. 

5 Crossbost. 

16 Crossbost 

7 Raerinish. 



206 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Gordon Highlanders. 



KENNEDY, JAMES, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 



23 Crossbost 



. 39 Raerinish. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

^MACKENZIE, ALEX., Bom. ... 4 Crossbost 

Killed in Action, 2nd .May, 1915.' 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Gunner... 39 Raermish. 

Wounded. 



MACLEOD, MURDO D., runner. 
ROSE, FRASER, Driver 

Wounded. 



Maryhill. 
F.C. Manse. 



Canadian Conting-ent. 

KENNEDY, MURDO, Pte. ... 23 Crossbost 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 

MACKINNON, MURDO, Pte 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Sgt. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 



MACLEOD, RODERICK, Pte. 
MACMILLAN, MURDO... 



18 Crossbost. 

8 Raerinish. 

43 Raerinish. 

T Raerinish. 

31 Crossbost 

IT Crossbost. 



Australian Contingent. 

7 Crossbost. 



MACAULAY, GEORGE ... 

Wounded. 

MACKINNON, NORMAN 
MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 
NICOLSON, WILLIAM ... 



... 15 Raerinish. 
Maryhill. 
... 21 Raerinish. 



Other Units. 



MACKENZIE, ALEX., Pte. 

Scots Guards ; wounded. 

MACLEOD, RODERICK 

K.A.M.C. 

MONTGOMERY, NEIL ... 

Koval j^nL'ineers. 



17 Crossbost 
39 Raerinish. 
27 Raerinish. 



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207 



LUREBOST SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 673 (Males, 320 ; Females, 353). 

Number of Men serving', 118 (18% of total ; 

37% of Males). 



Royal Navy. 



MONTGOMERY, DONALD 

Marines. 



30 Lurebost. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



MACAULAY, JOHN 

MACDONALD, ALEXANDER 
MACDONALD, ANGUS 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, JOHN ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, RODERICK . 
MACDONALD. RODERICK . 



1 Lurebost. 

43 Lurebost. 

42 Lurebost. 
3 Lurebost. 

34 Lurebsot. 

43 Lurebost. 
41 Lurebost. 
36 Lurebost. 
41 Lurebost. 



^MACIVER, ALEX. (Donald) ... 26 Lurebost. 

Drowned on H.M.S. "Viknor," 3rd February, 1935. 

MACIVER, ALEX. (Angus) ... 26 Lurebost. 
MACIVER, DONALD (Murdo) ... 26 Lurebost. 
MACIVER, MURDO (Donald) ... 26 Lurebost. 



MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 
MACKENZIE, 



ALEXANDER 

ALLAN. ... 

ALLAN ... 

DONALD 

DONALD 

JOHN 

JOHN 

KENNETH 

MURDO ... 

RODERICK 



11 Lurebost. 
19 Lurebost. 
10 Lurebost. 
2 Lurebost. 
14 Lurebost. 
14 Lurebost. 
16 Lurebost. 
19 Lurebost. 
23 Lurebost. 
21 Lurebost. 



208 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACKINNON, ANGUS 
MACKINNON, MURDO 



MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 

Gunlayer 

MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 
MACLEAN 

MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 
MACLEOD 



ALEX. 
ALLAN 
FINLAY ... 
GEORGE ... 
DONALD ... 
JOHN 

JOHN 
KENNETH 
MURDO (Donald) 
NORMAN ... 
RODERICK 

ALEXANDER 

ALLAN 

ANGUS 

ANGUS 

DONALD ... 

DONALD M. 

FARQUHAR 

JOHN 

JOHN 

LEWIS 

MALCOLM 

MURDO ... 

MURDO ... 

MURDO ... 

NEIL 

ROBERT ... 

RODERICK 

RODERICK 

NORMAN ... 



MACRAE, DONALD ... 
MACSWEEN, ALEXANDER 

Discharged; medically unfit. 

MACSWEEN, JOHN 

Discharged; medically unfit. 

MACSWEEN, NORMAN 

MARTIN, DONALD 
MARTIN, RODERICK A. 

MONTGOMERY, MALCOLM 
MORRISON, JOHN 

Interned in Holland. 



54 Lurebost. 
54 Lurebost. 

39 Lurebost. 
29 Lurebost. 
33 Lurebost. 
33 Lurebost. 
35 Lurebost. 
33 Lurebost. 

39 Lurebost. 
21 Lurebost. 
18 Lurebost. 
29 Lurebost. 

29 Lurebost. 

58 Lurebost. 
11 Lurebost. 
20 Lurebost. 
45 Lurebost. 
49 Lurebost. 

6 Lurebost. 
6 Lurebost. 
6 Lurebost. 
48 Lurebost. 

48 Lurebost. 
25 Lurebost. 

6 Lurebost. 
25 Lurebost. 
56 Lurebost. 
13 Lurebost. 

59 Lurebost. 

49 Lurebost. 
51 Lurebost 
20 Lurebost. 

56 Lurebost. 
9 Lurebost. 

20 Lurebost. 

9 Lurebost. 

15 Lurebost. 
23 Lurebost. 

30 Lurebost. 
22 Lurebost. 



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209 



MORRISON, MURDO ... 
MORRISON, NORMAN ... 
NICOLSON, ANGUS A. ... 
NICOLSON, KENNETH 
PATERSON, ALEXANDER 

ROSS, ALEX. DAN 

SMITH, ALEXANDER ... 

SMITH, ANGUS 

SMITH, DONALD 
SMITH, KENNETH (Mor) 
SMITH, KENNETH (Beag) 

SMITH, MURDO 

SMITH, RODERICK 



52 Lurebost. 

52 Lurebost 
4 Lurebost. 
4 Lurebost. 

IT Lurebost. 

29 Lurebost. 

53 Lurebost. 
28 Lurebost. 
34 Lurebost 
28 Lurebost. 
28 Lurebost. 
31 Lurebost. 
34 Lurebost 



Seaforth 



*MACDONALD, DAVID, Piper 

Died of illness , 27th August, 1915. 

MACDONALD, M., Sgt-Major 
MACDONALD, PETER, Pte. 

MACIVER, JOHN RODK., Pte 

MACKENZIE, COLIN, Pte. 
^MACKENZIE, DONALD J., Pte 

Died of Gas Poisoning, 13th June, 1915. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Twice wounded; fractured arm. 

MACLEAN, ANGUS, Pte. 

Discharged; medically unfit. 

MACLEAN, NEIL, Pte. ... 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACLEOD, TORQUIL, Pte. 

Seriously wounded. 

*PATERSON, ROBERT, Pte. 

Died of wounds, October, 1915. 

SMITH, KENNETH, Pte. 

Twice wounded. 

SMITH, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Seriously wounded. 



Highlanders. 

34 Lurebost. 



42 Lurebost 
41 Lurebost. 

26 Lurebost. 

32 Lurebost. 
44 Lurebost. 

11 Lurebost. 
29 Lurebost. 

39 Lurebost. 

6 Lurebost. 
56 Lurebost 

1 Lurebost. 
48 Lurebost. 

17 Lurebost. 

25 Lurebost. 

53 Lurebost. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 36 Lurebost 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 20 Lurebost. 



14 



Lurebost and other Lochs Men who Fell. 




Pte. Donald Nicolson 
4 Lurebost 

taken prisoner Dec, 1914 
and died in Germany 




Pte. Don. J. Mackenzie 
44 Lurebost 

died of gas poisoning 
13th June, 1915 




Alex. Maciver. R.N.R., 26 Lurebost 

drowned .'!rd Feby.,1915 







Pte. Murdo Kennedy 
29 Balallan 

killed 5th Nov., 1914 




Corpl. Malcolm Macaulay 
9 Kershader 

killed 12th March, 19L> 



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211 



MACIVER, RODERICK, Pte. 

Twice wounded. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN M:, Pte. 

Wounded. 

fMACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. 

Missing - . 

MACKENZIE, ROBERT, Pte. 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MACKINNON, ANGUS J., Pte. 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACLEAN. MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACLEAN, RODERICK, Pte. 

Twice wounded. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS, Pte. 

Wounded ; discharged. 

MACLEOD, COLIN, Pte. 

Frostbitten ; discharged. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MORRISON, ALEX. DAN, Pte. 

Twice wounded. 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. ... 43 Lurebost 

26 Lurebost. 

19 Lurebost. 

25 Lurebost. 

2 Lurebost 

54 Lurebost. 

39 Lurebost. 
53 Lurebost. 

48 Lurebost. 

6 Lurebost. 

13 Lurebost. 

46 Lurebost. 

4 Lurebost. 



* NICOLSON, DONALD, Pte. ... 

Taken Prisoner in December, 1914, and died in Hospital in G-ermany 

NICOLSON, NORMAN, Pte. ... 4 Lurebost. 

Prisoner in Germany. 



SMITH, ALEXANDER. Pte. 
SMITH, ALEXANDER, Pte. 



28 Lurebost. 
46 Lurebost. 



Colonial Contingent. 

MACIVER, ANGUS 38 Lurebost. 

Peturned from South America, and joined Lovat Scouts. 



MACKENZIE, DONALD 

Australian:. 



22 Lurebost. 



MACLEOD, DONALD 48 Lurebost. 

Returned from South America and joined Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, RODERICK ... 52 Lurebost. 

Australians. 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER ... 22 Lurebost. 

Canadian-. 



NICOLSON, MALCOLM 

South African Infantry. 

SMITH, FAROUHAR , 

Canadians. 



4 Lurebost. 
16 Lurebost. 



212 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



KNOCKIANDUE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



->-«-< 



(Laxay and Keose.) 



» t + 1 ♦ 



Population last Census, 341 (Males, 171; Females, 170). 

Number of Men serving, 26 (8% of total ; 
15% of Males). 



»«»»■♦ 



Royal Naval Reserve 

MACAULAY, COLIN ... 
MACAULAY, KENNETH 
MACAULAY, JOHN 

MACDONALD, DONALD 

MACIVER, RODERICK ... 

MACKAY, ANGUS 

Interned in Holland. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER 

Rescued from "Hermes." 

MACKENZIE, GEORGE 
MACKENZIE, GEORGE 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 
MACKENZIE, MURDO ... 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

Resetted from "Hermes." 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MURDO ... 

MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER 11 Keose. 



... 14 Keose. 
...14 Keose. 
. . . 10 Keose. 


... 15 Keose. 


... 12 Laxay. 


...12 Keose. 


... 8 Laxay. 


... 7 Laxay. 
... 4 Keose. 
...15 Keose. 
... 8 Keose. 


... 16 Laxay 


... 16 Laxay 
... 1 Laxay. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACIVER, DONALD, Pte. ... 13 Laxay. 
MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Pte. ... 6 Laxay. 






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213 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, ANGUS, Pte. ... 8 Laxay. 



MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. 

Wounded. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded ; recovered. 

MORRISON, KENNETH, Pte. 

Wounded ; recovered. 

ROSS, ALEXANDER, Pte. 



27 Laxay. 
25 Laxay. 

21 Laxay. 

4 Laxay. 

Soval Lodge. 



Colonial Contingent. 

Capt. Chaphin A. F. MACDONALD. 



New Zealand Contingent (in Egypt) 



Other Units, 



MACIVER, DUNCAN 

Scots Guards; wounded. 



13 Laxay. 



Nurse. 

Nurse CATHERINE MACIVER... 11 Laxay. 

Military Hospital, Ampthill, Bedford. 




214 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



BALALLAN SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-»-*-♦-■•-♦- 



Population last Census, 560 (Males, 263 ; Females, 297). 

Number of Men serving, 38 (7% of total ; 
14% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

MACDONALD, DONALD ... 38 Balallan. 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM ... 57 Balallan. 

MONTGOMERY, NEIL 56 Balallan. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, Sgt. ... 2 Shiltnish. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. JOHN, Pte... 18 Balallan. 
MACLEOD, KENNETH, Pte. ... 10 Balallan. 

MACRAE, MURDO, Pte. ... 60 Balallan- 

Gordon Highlanders. 

MACKINNON, MAL. A., Sgt. ... 43 Balallan. 

Cameron Highlanders. 

"KENNEDY, MURDO, Pte. ... 29 Balall n. 

Killed in Action, oth November, 1914. 



MACAULAY, DONALD, Cpl. .. 

Wounded. 

-MACKENZIE, GEORGE, Pte. .. 

Killed iii Action, 11th November, 1914. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, Pte. :. 

Wounded. 

MACKENZIE, MURDO, Pte. .. 



60 Balallan. 

46 Balallan. 

West End. 
24 Balallan. 



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MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 33 Balallan. 

Wounded. 

f MACLEOD, MURDO J., Pte. ... IT Balallan. 

Missing- since 25th, September, 1915. 

NICOLSON, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 47 Balallan. 
SMITH, ANGUS, Pte 42 Balallan. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACDONALD, NEIL, Gunner... 14 Balallan. 
MACKINNON, DONALD, Driver 43 Balallan. 
NICOLSON, ALEX., Driver ... 47 Balallan. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACDONALD, ALEX 61 Balallan. 

MACKINNON, ANGUS Halfway House. 

MACLEOD, ALEX 39 Balallan. 

MACLEOD', MURDO 20 Balallan. 

MACMILLAN, MALCOLM ... 30 Balallan. 

New Zealand Contingent. 

MORRISON. ANGUS 41 Balallan. 

Other Units. 

KENNEDY, DONALD, Gunner.... 29 Balallan. 

R.G.A. 

MACAULAY, DONALD, Pte. ... 28 Balallan. 

Scots Guards. 

MACAULAY, RODERICK ... 60 Balallan. 

E.A.M.C. 

MACDONALD, DONALD ... 8 Balallan. 

A.S.C. 

MACKINNON, NORMAN, Pte Halfway House. 

Argyll and Sutherland High landers. 

MACKINNON, KENNETH, Pte. . Halfway House. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 



216 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACLEOD, DONALD, Staff-Sgt. 39 Balallan. 

R.A.M.C. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 13 Balallan. 

Scottish Rifles. 

^MACLEOD, ROD. D., Lce.-Cpl.... 39 Balallan. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; Missing since 29th Septen.be: 
1915. 

MACLEOD, ROD. J., Sapper ... 50 Balallan. 

Riyal Engineers. 

MARTIN, FINLAY 21 Balallan. 

Air Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps. 

MONTOMERY, ALEX., Pte. ... 15 Balallan. 

Roral Marines. 



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217 



ARIDHBRUAICH SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 121 (Males, 63; Females, 58). 

No. of Men serving, 8 (7 } of total ; 
13* of Males.) 



-♦►♦-«•- 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, NORMAN, Pte. ... Aridhbhruaich. 

Cameron Highlanders. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH, Pte... 11 Aridhbhruaich. 
MACKINNON, DONALD J. ... 10 Aridhbhruaich. 
MARTIN, ALEX, Sgt 5 Aridhbhruaich. 



KENNEDY, AULAY 

Wounded. 



Canadian Contingent. 

14 Aridhbhruaich. 



Other Units. 



m 



'MORRISON, JOHN, Pte 4 Aridhbhruaich. 

H.L.I. ; killed in Action, 24th December, 19H. 

MACASKILL, JOHN, Sapper ... 1 Aridhbhruaich. 

Royal Engineers. 



MACKINNON, JOHN, Pte. 

R.A.M.C. 



3 Aridhbhruaich. 



•••••• 



A SOLDIER FAMILY. 




Sitting (left)— Captain K. K. Macleod, Seaforths, awarded 
Military Cross (severely wounded). 

Sitting (right) — Lieut. Donald Macleod, A.S.C. 

Standing— Q-AV^'m Norman G. M. Macleod, 90th Winnipeg 
Rifles, awarded Military Cross. 



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FIGHTING MACLEODS. 



»► > «<» 



A Family's Fine Record. 

Lieutenant and Quartermaster DONALD MACLEOD, 
elder son of the late Mr Norman Macleod, Kershader, 
Lochs, enlisted in the Army Service Corps on 21st March, 
1885. He was promoted Warrant Officer in 1899, and to 
commissioned rank in 1909. Lieut. Macleod was on active 
service in South Africa during the Boer War, and subse- 
quently served eighteen months there on foreign service. 

Captain KENNETH KENNEDY MACLEOD, half-brother 
of Lieut. Macleod, above, was born in 1873. After leaving 
the village school he served an apprenticeship as joiner 
with Mr Archibald Macrae, Stornoway. He joined the 1st 
Seaforth Highlanders on 6th April, 1892, and was pro- 
moted Lance-Corporal before the end of the same year. 
He was promoted Corporal in 1894 ; Sergeant, 1897 ; 
Colour-Sergeant, 1901 ; Warrant Officer, 1911 ; Lieutenant 
and Quartermaster on 24th August, 1914 ; and Captain 
(commanding a Company) on 10th October, 1914. Captain 
Macleod served in Crete during the disturbance of 1897-98, 
and afterwards was five years in Egypt. He was through 
the Sudan Campaign of 1898, and took part in the storm- 
ing of the Zareba on the Atbara. After a year's service in 
India he returned home in 1904 and joined the Permanent 
Staff of the 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, on which he served 
till the outbreak of war in August, 1914, when he was- 
promoted Lieutenant and Quartermaster to the 7th Sea- 
forths. He commanded B Company of the 7th Seaforths 
in the attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt on 25th Sep- 
tember, 1915, leading his men with conspicuous gallantry. 



220 " LOYAL LEWIS." 

Wounded above the left elbow by a bullet which passed 
through the arm and entered above the left hip (where it 
is still lodged), he continued to lead his men until struck 
down bv a rifle bullet which passed through his head, 
.entering an inch behind the right eye, and coming out a 
little lower on the left side. He lay out in the rain for 
twelve hours before he was accidentally found by two 
Camerons, who carried him to the dressing station. 
For his gallantry and devotion to duty on this occasion 
be was awarded the Military Cross. Very early in 
his military career he proved himself a master 
marksman, putting up the highest score on record in his 
recruit's course. He held the Championship of Egypt and 
the Mediterranean in 1901, and afterwards won many 
important competitions in India and at home. He held the 
Scottish Army Championship in 1912, and was the best 
shot in the Tth Seaforths at Borden in 1915. He acted as 
a sniper in France, using the telescopic-sighted rifle with 
great effect, to the annoyance of the Bosches. His shoot- 
ing trophies comprise six gold and two silver medals, 
besides spoons and cups. He was not only considered one 
of the best shots, but also one of the best instructors in 
the British Army, although not a great believer in the 
•" pace stick." His decorations are — the British Sudan 
Medal, with clasp ; the Medal for Long Service and Good 
Conduct, the King George Coronation Medal, and the 
Military Cross. 

Captain Norman GEORGE MORISON MACLEOD, son 
of Lieut. Donald Macleod, above, was born at Stornoway 
in July, 1891. After a few years in the Education Depart- 
ment of the Civil Service he joined the 1st Gordon High- 
landers as a private on 9th September, 1909. On the 9th 
December, 1912, he was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant to the 
2nd South Lancashire Regiment, but resigned his commis- 
sion on 9th July, 1913, to enter on a commercial career in 
Canada. On the outbreak of war in August, 1914, he 
mobilised as Lieutenant with the 90th Winnipeg Rifles, 
with whom he proceeded to France in February, 1915, and 
was promoted Captain on 24th April. For his conspicuous 






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90? 

_ _ x 



gallantry and devotion to duty in the fighting of 24th April, 
1915, and for carrying important messages out of the 
trenches in daylight, Captain Macleod was awarded the 
Military Cross. On the 24th April, when the Germans, 
under a cloud of poisonous gases, attacked and broke the 
Allied lines, Captain Macleod with his platoon seized and 
occupied a piece of trench from which the battalion on 
their left had been driven. This trench was of the utmost 
importance, being on the extreme left of the unbroken 
portion of the British line. As soon as Captain Macleod's 
platoon had fought their way sufficiently far down the 
trench to adequately protect the battalion's flank, they 
erected a barricade between themselves and the Germans, 
who still occupied a portion of the trench. They held the 
position tenaciously for eleven hours till definitely ordered 
to retire. 




222 



;; "LOYAL LEWIS." 



KERSHADER SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



-♦ ► a «<»- 



(Habost, Kershader, Garyvard and Caversta. 

— ♦j^- • -«< -•— 

Population last Census, 366 (Males, 183: Females, 183,). 

Number of Men serving, 58 (16% of total j 

32% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



EINLAYSON, DONALD 

MACDONALD, DONALD 
MACDONALD, JAMES ... 
MACDONALD, MURDO 
MACDONALD, RODERICK . 

MACKAY, ANGUS 

MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 

MACKINNON, ANGUS (Rodk.) 
MACKINNON, ANGUS (Donald) 
MACKINNON, FRANK 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, ALEX. D. 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, 1VIALCOLM 

MACMILLAN, ALLAN D. 

MACRAE, DUNCAN 

MACRITCHIE, JOHN ... 

MONTGOMERY, ANGUS 
MONTGOMERY, TORQUIL 



12 Habost. 

3 Caverstay. 

9 Habost. 
9 Kershader. 

6 Kershader. 

3 Kershader. 

7 Garyvard. 

4 Caverstay. 

4 Caverstay. 
2 Caverstay. 

6 Garyvard. 

5 Garyvard. 

10 Kershader. 

11 Habost 

2 Kershader. 
4 Kershader. 

1 Garyvard. 

Kershader. 

8 Habost. 

8 Garyvard. 

2 Garyvard. 
2 Garyvard. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



:22s 



Seaiorth Highlanders. 

Captain K. K. MACLEOD, 4 Kershader. 

Wounded at storming- of Hohenzollern Redoubt. 25th September, 1915, 
and awarded Military Cross for bis distinguished services on 
• • that occasion. 



ANDERSON, DUNCAN, Pte. ... 
*MACAULAYj MALCOLM, Sgt.... 

Killed in Action, 12th March. 1915. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, Pte. 

MACKAY; DUNCAN, Pte. 
MACKAY, JOHN D., Pte. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 
MACLEOD, TORQUIL, Cpl. 

MACRAE, JOHN. Sgt. ... 
MACRAE. MURDO (Rodk.), Pte.. 

Wounded and Gassed. 

MACRAE, MURDO (Murdo), Pte. 

Wounded. 

MACRAE, RODERICK, Pte. ... 



5 Kershader. 
9 Kershader. 

1 Garyvard. 

11 Kershader. 
8 Kershader. 

1 Garyvard. 

6 Garyvard. 

8 Habost. 
6 Habost. 

6 Habost. 

6 Habost 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, MURDO, Pte. ... 3 Caverstay. 

Killed at Loos, 25th September, 1915. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Pte. ... 2 Kershader. 

Wounded at Loos ; Prisoner in G-ermany. 



Cameron Highlanders. 

MACDONALD, D., Sgt.-Maior ... 9 Kershader. 
MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Pte. 9 Kershader. 

Wounded. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Sgt. 9 Habost. 

Killed in Action, 8th May, 1915. 



MACKINNON, R, Pte. ... 

Wounded. 

1MACLEOD, DONALD, Pte. 

Missing since 25th September, 1915. 

MACLEOD, MAL., Lce.-Cpl. 

Wounded. 



1 Caverstay. 

2 Habost. 
2 Habost. 

6 Habost. 



-MACRAE, DONALD, Pte. 

Died of Wounds about 15th November, 1914. 

MACRAE, MALCOLM, Cpl. ... 6 Habost. 



224 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

Ross Mountain Battery. 

MACKAY, DONALD, Gunner ... 11 Kershader. 
MACLEOD, COLIN, Gunner ... 2 Habost. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte... 1 Garyvard. 

MACKINNON, MURDO, Pte. ... 1 Caverstay. 

MACLEOD, D. J., Pte Kershader. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 6 Garyvard. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM, Sgt. ... Kershader. 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM A., Pte. 3 Garyvard. 

Other Colonials. 

MACLEOD, KENNETH ... 4 Kershader. 

Australian Contingent. 

Other Units. 

Captain DONALD MACLEOD, 4 Kershader. 

Army Service Corps. 

MACRAE, MURDO, Sgt.-Major.... 5 Habost 

B^ack Watch. 

MACDONALD, JOHN M. ... 9 Habost. 

Scottish Horse. 

MACLEOD, FARQUHAR ... 2 Habost. 

Army Service! Corps. 

Nurse. 

Nurse ANNABELLA MACLEOD Kershader. 

Serving 1 in France. 



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225 



CROMORE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 298 (Males, 143 ; Females, 155). 
Number of Men serving, 30 (10% of total ; 



21% of Males. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



KENNEDY, ALEXANDER (a). 
KENNEDY, ALEXANDER . 

Wounded. 

MACARTHUR, GEORGE 
MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 
MACARTHUR, JOHN ... 
MACARTHUR, MURDO 

MACDONALD, MURDO 

MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, JOHN ... 
MACKENZIE, LEWIS ... 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK 

MACKINNON, DUNCAN 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, ANGUS 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, DONALD 
MACLEOD, JOHN 
MACLEOD, MURDO 
MACLEOD, MURDO 
MACLEOD, MURDO 

SMITH, ANGUS ... 
SMITH, FINLAY 



1 Cromore. 

4 Cromore. 

10 Cromore. 

8 Cromore. 
26 Cromore. 

10 Cromore. 

23 Cromore. 

11 Cromore. 

5 Cromore. 
5 Cromore. 
5 Cromore. 

7 Cromore. 

24 Cromore. 

12 Cromore. 
12 Cromore. 

18 Cromore. 
24 Cromore. 

9 Cromore. 
11 Cromore. 
21 Cromore. 

19 Cromore. 
15 Cromore. 



15 



226 " LOYAL LEWIS." 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MAC ARTHUR, JOHN M., Pte. ... 10 Cromore. 

"Wounded. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACARTHUR, ANGUS, Lc.-Cpl. 10 Cromcre. 

Wounded. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, Pte 28 Cromore. 

"Wounded. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

KENNEDY, MURDO -1 Cromore. 

Canadian Contingent. 

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER (b)... 1 Cromore. 

Brother of Alex. Kennedy (a), R.N.R. 

MACLEOD, ANGUS 28 Cromore. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 18 Cromore. 

Other Units. 

^MACARTHUR, DONALD ... 20 Cromore. 

Scots Guards; killed in Action, October, 1914. 



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PLANASKER SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



(Marvig and Calbost. 



Population last Census, 393 (Males, 194 ; Females, 199). 
Number of Men serving, 50 (13% °$ total ; 



26% of Males. 



Royal Naval Reserve. 

11 Marvig. 

11 Marvig. 



CAMPBELL, ANGUS 

Interned in. Holland. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN 

FINLAYSO'N, ANGUS . 
FINLAYSON, DONALD 
FINLAYSON, JOHN 
FINLAYSON, MURDO 



10 Calbost. 

2 Marvig. 

10 Calbost. 

10 Calbost. 

2 Calbost. 



KENNEDY, DUGALD 

Drowned in "Clan Macnaugliton" Disaster, February, 1915. 

KENNEDY, DONALD 15 Marvig. 

MACFARLANE, ALEX. ... 10 Marvig. 

Naval Pensioner; over 60 years of age; re-enlisted for Patrol Section 



MACKAY, KENNETH ... 

Discharged; medical grounds. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER 
MACKENZIE, ANGUS ... 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, DONALD 
MACKENZIE, JOHN 
MACKENZIE, KENNETH 
MACKENZIE, MURDO 



T Calbost. 

11 Calbost. 

12 Calbost. 
12 Marvig. 

12 Calbost. 
12a Calbost. 

13 Marvig. 
T Marvig. 

13 Marvig. 



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229 



MACLEOD, ALEXANDER 
MACLEOD, DONALD (a) 
MACLEOD, DONALD (b) 
MACLEOD, ROBERT ... 

MORRISON, DONALD 
MORRISON, JOHN 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MORRISON, JOHN M. ... 
♦MORRISON, NEIL 



23 Marvig. 

8 Caibost. 

8 Caibost. 
3 Caibost. 

9 Caibost. 
9 Caibost. 



9 Caibost. 

9 Caibost. 



Drowned in "Clan Macnaughton" Disaster, February, 1915. 



NICOLSON, MURDO 

SMITH, ANGUS ... 
SMITH, DONALD 
SMITH, MURDO 

Interned in Holland. 



. 11 Caibost 

. 19 Marvig - . 

. 5 Caibost. 

. 4 Marvig. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

FINLAYSON, ALLAN, Pte. ... 8 Marvig. 

Came from Patagonia to enlist in Seaforths; Gas Poisoned at Loos 
26th September. 1915. 

FINLAYSON, ANGUS, Pte. ... 10 Caibost. 
FINLAYSON, RODERICK, Pte... 10 Caibost. 



KENNEDY, ALEX., Pte 

Wounded ; discharged. 



15 Marvig. 

10 Marvig. 

7 Caibost. 

1 Marvig. 

MACLENNAN, ALEX. M., Pte.... 18 Marvig. 



MACFARLANE, MURDO, Pte 
MACKAY. JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACKENZIE. MURDO, Pte. 

* Wounded; discharged. 



Cameron Highlanders. 



FINLAYSON, ANGUS, Pte. ... 
FINLAYSON. RODERICK, Pte.. 



8 Marvig. 
2 Marvig. 



♦KENNEDY, RODERICK, Pte. ... 14 Caibost. 

Killed in Action, 25th January, 1915. 



MORRISON, ANGUS, Pte. 
SMITH, MURDO, Pte. ... 



9 Caibost 

5 Caibost. 



230 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, DUGALD, Pte. ... 13 Calbost. 

Twioa wounded; discharged. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN, Gunner 11 Marvig. 

Canadian Contingent. 

MORRISON, ALEX 20 Marvig. 

MORRISON, ANGUS 9 Calbost 

MORRISON, MURDO, Sgt. ... 9 Calbost. 

SMITH, ALEX 4 Marvig. 

Australian Contingent. 

FINLAYSON, DONALD ... 10 Calbost. 




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231 



GRAVIR SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 408 (Males, 233 ; Females, 235). 

Number of Men serving, 59 (13°/ of total ; 
25% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER ... 18 

Invalided home. Julv, 1915. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD 14 

CHISHOLM, NORMAN ... ... 16 

Prisons? in Germany. 

MACASKILL, A., Chief Shipwright 20 
MACASKILL, DONALD ... 17 

Invalided home, June, 1913. 

MACASKILL, JOHN 
MACASKILL, JOHN (Junior) 
MACASKILL, KENNETH 



MACDONALD, JOHN M. 
MACDONALD, RODERICK 

MACINNES, ANGUS 
MACINNES, JOHN 
MACINNES, MURDO (Jun.) 

MACKAY, ANGUS 
MACKAY, DON. (Coastguard^ 
MACKAY, DONALD 

MACLEAN, DONALD ... 
MACLEAN, KENNETH 
MACLEAN, KENNETH 

MACLEOD, LEWIS 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM 
MACLEOD, MURDO 



26 

17 

6 

9 
9 

8 

8 

36 

42 
42 
28 

33 
15 
33 

37 
35 
37 



Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 

Gravir. 
Gravir. 
Gravir. 



ACHMORE AND PARK MEN. 



■,**$?«? 




Sgt. Malcolm Macdonald 
9 Habost, Lochs 

killed 8th May, 1915 




Pte. Murdo Mackay 

2 Acnrnore 

missing since 22nd Dec., 1914 



I 




Pte. John Campbell 
18 Gravir 

killed 20th Dec, 1914 





Pte. Dun. Mackay 
5 Achmore 

killed 22nd Dec, 1914 




Pte. John Morrison 
Aridhbhruaich 

killed 24th Dec. 19I4 




L.-Cpl. Piper Dun. Macmillan 
Lemreway 

died in France 27th Mar.. 1915 



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233 



MACMILLAN, JAMES ... 
MACMILLAN, JOHN ... 
MACMILLAN, MALCOLM 

MACPHAIL, DONALD ... 
MACPHAIL, JOHN 
MACPHAIL, JOHN 

MACRITCHIE, ANGUS 
MACRITCHIE, DONALD 
MACRITCHIE, DONALD 
MACRITCHIE, MURDO 
MACRITCHIE, MURDO 

MATHESON, JOHN 
MATHESON, TOHN 
MATHESON, MALCOLM 
MATHESON, NORMAN 
MATHESON, NOR. (Malcolm) 

NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
NICOLSON, DUNCAN 



20 Gravir. 
23 Gravir. 
33 Gravir. 

35 Gravir. 
19 Gravir. 
South Side. 

38 Gravir. 
South Side. 

21 Gravir. 

21 Gravir. 
South Side. 

25 Gravir. 
15 Gravir. 
13 Gravir. 

26 Gravir. 

39 Gravir. 

22 Gravir. 
22 Gravir. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 



CAMPBELL, PETER, Pte. 
^CAMPBELL, JOHN, Pte. 

Killed in Action, 20th December, 1914 

CHISHOLM, DUNCAN, Pte. 
MACASKILL, JOHN, Pte. 
MACINNES, MALCOLM, Pte. 
MACKA.Y, JOHN, Pte. ... 
MACPHAIL, JOHN R., Pte. 

Invalided home, December, 1915. 

MACRITCHIE, NEIL, Pte. 
MATHESON, JOHN, Pte. 

Wounded . 

NICOLSON, JOHN, Pte. 



18 Gravir. 

18 Gravir. 

2 r j Gravir. 

IT Gravir. 

36 Gravir. 

28 Gravir. 

19 Gravir. 

38 Gravir. 

30 Gravir. 

32 Gravir. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

MATHESON, DONALD, Gunner 26 Gravir. 
MATHESON, DONALD, Driver... 15 Gravir. 

Wounded at Dardanelles. 16th June. 1915. 



234 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



NICOLSON, MURDO, Signalman 32 Gravir. 



Colonial Contingent. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, Pte.... 9 Gravir. 

91st Canadians. 

MATHESON, RODERICK ... 13 Gravir. 

Australian Contingent. 

MORRISON, JOHN 2 Gravir. 

New Zealand Contingent. 



Other Units. 

KENNEDY, JOHN, Pte. ... 24 Gravir. 

Koya-1 Horse Artillery. 

MACDONALD, KENNETH, Sgt. 9 Gravir. 

3rdH.L I. 

MACLEAN, NEIL, Pte 33 Gravir. 

Highland Light Infantry. 




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235 



LEMREWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



Population last Census, 339 (Males, 173 ; Females, 166). 

Number of Men serving, 20 (8% of total ; 

15% of Males). 



Royal Naval Reserve. 



CAMPBELL, RODK. (Donald) 
CAMPBELL, RODK. (Murdo) 

CARMICHAEL, JOHN ... 

CHISHOLM, PETER ... 

FERGUSON, MURDO ... 
KENNEDY, JOHN 
KENNEDY, MURDO ... 

MACINNES, JOHN 
MACINNES, NEIL 
MACINNES, NEIL 

MACLEOD, DONALD ... 

Interned in Holland. 

MACLEOD, JOHN 

NICOLSON, ANGUS 
NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
NICOLSON, DONALD ... 
'NICOLSON, KENNETH 

Drowned at Dardanelles on. 12th Ma 

NICOLSON, MALCOLM 

Prisoner in Germany. 

MONTGOMERY, ANGUS J. , 



. 28 Lemreway. 
28 Lemreway. 

. 16 Lemreway. 
. 8 Lemreway. 

. 3 Lemreway. 
. 33 Lemreway. 
Orinsay. 

2 Lemreway. 
2 Lemreway. 

12 Lemreway. 

13 Lemreway. 

. 10 Lemreway. 

15 Lemreway. 
15 Lemreway. 
20 Lemreway. 
2T Lemreway. 
. 24 Lemreway. 

y. 1915. 

• 2T Lemreway. 
. . IT Lemreway. 



Seaforth Highlanders. 

MACMILLAN, A., Qr.-Mr.-Sgt. ... 23 Lemreway. 
'MACMILLAN, DUNCAN, Piper... 23 Lemreway. 

Died in Hospital, 27th March, 1915. 



236 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



Gordon Highlanders. 

MACLEOD, LEWIS, Pte. ... 6 Lemreway. 

Cameron Highlanders. 

CHISHOLM, JOHN ANGUS, Pte. 8 Lemreway. 

Missing since December. 

NICOLSON, DONALD, Pte. ... 15 Lemreway. 

Canadian Contingent. 

NICOLSON, ANGUS, Pte. ... 27 Lemreway. 
NICOLSON, JOHN, Pte. ... 27 Lemreway. 




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237 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST. 



The following names of men serving were received too 
late for inclusion in the lists of their respective School 
Areas. Account is, however, taken of them in the Statis- 
tical Tables at the end of the book : — ■ 

Aird School District. 

MACAULAY, MURDO, T Sheshader, R.N.R. 

MACDONALD, DONALD (Norman), Portnaguran, 
Canadians. 

Bayble School District. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, 2T Upper Bayble, Canadians. 

Knock School District, 

MACDONALD, HECTOR (Donald), Aignish, Gordons. 
MACIVER, MALCOLM, 28 Aignish, R.N.R. 
MACKENZIE, KENNETH, New Park, Gordons. 
MACLEOD, ALEX. (George), Swordale, Gordons. 
NICOLSON, JOHN, 11 Knock, Canadians. 



Sandwickhill School District. 

MACDONALD, KENNETH, IT East Street, North- 
ampton Regiment. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, 6 Lower Shader, 3/2 Lovat 
Scouts. 

MORRISON, DONALD, 20 North Street, R.N.R. 



238 "LOYAL LEWIS/' 



Burgh of Stornoway. 

Lieut JACK MACCALLUM, Kenneth Street, 
100th Winnipeg Grenadiers. 

Sub-Lieut. GEORGE MACLEOD, Scotland Street, 
Royal Naval Reserve. 

BEATON, D., Sergt, Caberfeidh Buildings, 4th Camerons. 
FINLAYSON, DONALD, Kipper Road, R.N.R. 

MACASKILL, JOHN N., Caberfeidh Buildings, Royal 

Flying Corps. 
MACASKILL, MURDO, Matheson Road, engineer, 

H.M.T. " Okara." 

MACAULAY, MURDO N., Cromwell Street, 24th 

Middlesex Regiment. 
MACAULAY, ROBERT, 12 James Street, 3/1 Lovat 

Scouts. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, 4 Stag Road, Canadians. 
MACDONALD, MYLES, Keith Street, Canadian A.S.C. 

MACIVER, MALCOLM, 14 Plantation Road, Royal 
Grenadiers of Canada. 

MACKAY, GEORGE, 21 Church Street, Royal Flying 
Corps. 

MACKENZIE, ALEX., 37 Newton, H.M.T. " Ionian." 
MACKENZIE, DUNCAN, 37 Newton, R.N. Division. 
MACKENZIE, FINLAY, 37 Newton, H.M.S. " Kent." 
MACKENZIE, MURDO, 37 Newton, H.M.S. "Danubian.' 
MACKENZIE, MURDO, 18 Plantation Road, H.M.T. 

" Saturnia." 
MACKENZIE, WILLIAM, 18 Plantation Road, H.M.T. 

" City of Benares." 

MACLEOD, MALCOLM J., Scotland Street, H.M.T. 

" Shropshire." 
MACLEOD, RODERICK, Keith Street, Canadians. 

SMITH, RODERICK J., Keith Street, 15th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. 



Laxdale School District. 

MACKENZIE, NORMAN, Guershader, Canadians. 



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239 



Tong School District. 

MACFARLANE, JOHN, 2 Aird-of-Tong, R.N.R. 
MACLEOD, MALCOLM, 12 Tong, R.N.R. 

Back School District. 

GRAHAM, DONALD, Sergt-Major, Vatisker, R.AM.C. 

Bragar School District. 

SMITH, DAVID, 41 South Bragar, R.N.R. 

Shawbost School District. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, 38 North Shawbost, R.N.R. 
MORRISON, RODERICK, 22 New Shawbost, R.N.R. 

Carloway School District. 

MACARTHUR, FINLAY, 15 Borroston, R.N.R. 
MACPHAIL, KENNETH, Park, R.N.R. 




WyMgffiffflMgM&B. 




Major J. S. M. MATHESON 
1st Cameron Highlanders (severely wounded), 



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CAMERONS IN THE JAWS OF DEATH. 



Mons, The Marne, The Aisne. 



Major James Sutherland Mackay Matheson, 
son of Lieut-Colonel Duncan Matheson of Achany and 
the Lews, joined the 1st Cameron Highlanders in 1890. 
He served through the South African War, for which he 
was awarded the war medal with five clasps. Leaving 
Edinburgh Castle with the battalion on the night of 12th 
August, 1914, he crossed to France with the vanguard of 
the British Expeditionary Force. He took part in the 
memorable retreat from Mons, and fought in the victorious 
advance to the Marne and the Aisne. On 13th September 
the regiment crossed the Aisne, and on the 14th advanced 
up an open glacis, meeting, front and flank, with a mur- 
derous fire, which forced them to retire. Ten officers and 
over 400 men fell. Major (then Lieutenant) Matheson 
was wounded in three places early in the morning, and 
when the regiment retired he was left on the field. For 
three days and nights he lay in heavy rain, and under 
shrapnel fire, before the ambulance could pick him up, and, 
as his teeth had set, it was altogether five days before any 
food or drink passed his lips. He was so weak from expo- 
sure and loss of blood that he could not stand the journey 
to the Base Hospital, and had to be put into the American 

16 



242 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

Ambulance at Paris. Private Tollerton;, 1st Cameron 
Highlanders, was awarded the V.C. for lying beside Major 
Matheson for those terrible three days and nights, 
and carrying him out of the enemy's fire. Captain Home,, 
of the same Company, was wounded in the leg, and a 
sergeant and two stretcher-bearers remained in charge of 
him. The Germans, coming on, killed Captain Home 
and both stretcher-bearers in cold blood, and took the ser- 
geant prisoner. Major Matheson, owing to the severity 
of his wounds, was unconscious at the time, and though 
hammered by the Germans, was taken for dead, thus 
escaping a like fate. He is still an invalid, but is employed 
as Staff Major in the District Office, Perth. 







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THE SUPREME SACRIFICE. 



» ■ » • ^ 



LEWISMEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES. 



-#►-»-*#- 



AUGUST, 1914. 

Philip MACLEOD, Saddler, 123rd Battery, Royal 
Field Artillery ; son of Air Roderick Macleod, golf green- 
keeper, Stenish (himself an ex-Navyman) ; killed at the 
Battle of Le Cateau during the retreat from Mons on 26th 
August, 1914, being so badly wounded that he could not 
be removed from the field when the detachment had to be 
withdrawn and the guns abandoned. He was 2T years of 
age, and had seven years' service with the R.F.A. Mr 
Macleod has other three sons serving in the war, namely, 
Kenneth and Roderick in the Royal Navy, and Angus in 
the Ross Mountain Battery (T.F.) 



SEPTEMBER, 1914. 

Kenneth John Macleod, Royal Naval Reservist; 
-son of Mr Colin Macleod, 7 Raerinish ; was killed in action 
on 14th September, 1914, during the fight between H.M.S. 
" Carmania " and the German auxiliary cruiser, ' f Cap Tra- 
falgar." Aged 19 years. His brother, Duncan J. Macleod, 
is serving as a Royal Naval Reservist on board one of H.M. 
ships. 



244 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

DONALD MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 

Mr Kenneth Macleod, 7 Lionel, Ness; lost with H.M.S. 

' Fisgard " on 19th September, 1914. Aged 23 years. 

Another son of Mr Macleod's, Finlay, was at the defence 

of Antwerp, and is now interned in Holland. 

JOHN MACRITCHIE, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Malcolm Macritchie, 42 Swanibost, Ness ; also lost in 
" Fisgard " disaster, 19th September, 1914. Aged 22 years. 
His brother Angus is serving in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

John Macleod, Coastguardsman ; son of Mr 
Kenneth Macleod,' 33 Raerinish ; killed by misadventure 
at Berwick on 24th September, 1914. He was on duty at 
the Coastguard Station, and during his temporary absence 
the guard had been changed. On his return he was chal- 
lenged and, under a misapprehension, shot by the new 
guard. He was 40 years of age, and left a widow and four 
children. 

OCTOBER, 1914. 

CHARLES MACLEOD, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Gordon 
Highlanders ; son of Mr John Macleod, 11 Ballantrushal, 
Barvas ; killed in action at Ypres on 11th October, 1914. 
Aged 19 years. 

NEIL Smith, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders; son 
of Mr Alexander Smith, 87 Cromwell Street, Stornoway ; 
killed in action in France on 13th October, 1914. Aged 22 
years. Private Smith joined the firing line after the retreat 
from Mons, and passed unscathed through all the fighting 
in which the regiment took part until the action in which 
he was killed. His brother Finlay, a private in the same 
regiment, has been twice wounded in action. 

DONALD STEWART, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Stewart, 14 Plantation Road, 
Stornoway ; killed in action in France on 16th October, 
1914. Aged 25 years. Private Stewart served seven years 
with the 2nd Seaforths, five of which were spent in India. 



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He was an Army Reservist when called up at the out- 
break of hostilities. His brother James is in the Canadian 
Contingent. 

MURDO GRAHAM, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
a native of Back ; residing at 24 North Tolsta ; killed in 
action in France on 17th October, 1914. Aged 31 years. 
Private Graham joined the Seaforths when quite a youth; 
served several years m India; and was through the South 
African Campaign, for which he held the King's Medal 
and clasps. He went to France at the commencement of 
hostilities, and was through all the engagements from 
Mons till he fell. He left a widow and three children. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM, Private, 2nd Gordon Highlanders ; 
son of the late Mr Roderick Graham, 29 Borve, Barvas ; 
killed m action at Ypres on 19th October, 1914. Aged 23 
years. Graham was the first from his native village to fall 
in battle. His brother Murdo is a private in the same 
regiment. 

NORMAN CAMPBELL, Sergeant, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr John Campbell, 37 Geilir, Bayble; 
killed in action at Armentieres on 20th October, 1914. 
Aged 35 years. Left a widow and one child. 

AULAY MACAULAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Macaulay, 32 Breasclet ; killed in 
action near Ypres on 20th October, 1914. Aged 32 years. 

JOHN MORRISON, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Widow Hector Morrison, 4 Adabrock, Ness ; died in 
Chatham Hospital on 20th October, 1914. Aged 41 years. 
He left a widow and one child. His brother Donald is 
serving as a Royal Naval Reservist on one of the ships of 
the Grand Fleet. 

Angus Macdonald, Sergeant, Cameron High- 
landers; son of Mr Norman Macdonald, 3 Carloway ; killed 
m action in France on 22nd October, 1914. Aged 29 
years. Sergeant Macdonald had about ten years' sendee 
with the 3rd Camerons, and had only been at the front for 
a month when he was killed. 



SEA CASUALTIES, 





Hector Macleod. R.N.R. 
Sandwick 

died of wounds 28th June, 191.") 



Murdo Mackenzie, R.N.R. 
Portvoller 

died in Mesopotamia 20th July, 1915 j 




John M. Maclean, Stornoway 

1st Class P.O., R.N., H.M.S. "Arethusa" (wounded). 





Donald Macleay. R.N.R. 
Shader. Barvas 

lost right arm and ri^ht leg in sea fight 

between " Carmania" and 

'• Cap Trafalgar" 

NOTB.— John M. Maclean was the first Lewis sailor wounded in the War. 



Donald Finlayson. R.N.R. 
Aird-of-Tong 

drowned I'ebv., l f JLi 



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EARLIEST SEA CASUALTIES. 



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"Arethusa" and " Carmania." 



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I he first Lewis sailor to be wounded in the war was 
Leading Seaman (now 1st Class Petty Officer) JOHN M. 
MACLEAN, Stornoway. He was on board H.M.S. 
" Arethusa ,: in the very thick of the fight in Heligoland 
Bight on 28th August, 1914, when four German warships 
were sunk. He sustained a slight injury to one eye, but 
after a short stay in hospital rejoined his ship, and took 
part in the action off Cuxhaven, December 25th, 1914, 
and the Battle of the North Sea, January 24th, 1915. 

Donald Macleay, Royal Naval Reservist, 14 Upper 
Srrader, Barvas, was severely wounded on 14th September, 
1914, in the fight in the Southern Seas between H.M.S. 
' Carmania " and the German armed liner, " Cap Trafalgar,'* 
in which the latter was sunk. In that magnificent sea fight 
Macleay showed conspicuous bravery in carrying shells to 
the big gun amidst showers of shell from the enemy. He 
escaped practically unhurt till within a short time of the 
German being sunk. While carrying his last shell to the 
gun a shell from the enemy hit it in his arms, throwing it 
to the deck, and the German shell exploding, tore away 
his right arm above the elbow, at the same time so 
seriously damaging his right leg that it had to be ampu- 
tated on his arrival in England. KENNETH JOHN MAC- 
LEOD, R.N.R., 7 Raerinish, Lochs (referred to elsewhere), 
was killed on board the " Carmania " in the same engage- 
ment. 



248 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

DONALD Macdonald, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Macdonald, 13 Habost, Ness ; 
killed in action in Flanders on 22nd October, 1914. Aged 
38 years. Private Macdonald left a widow and two 
children. 

JOHN MORRISON, Private, 3rd Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr John Morrison, 12 Port-of-Ness ; killed in action 
at La Bassee on 23rd October, 1914. Aged 22 years. 

MALCOLM CROCKETT, Private, 1st Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Mr James Crockett, 9 Bayhead, Storno- 
way ; killed in action in France on 24th October, 1914. 
Aged 20 years. Private Crockett had been at the front 
for only three weeks before he was killed. 

JOHN MACAULAY, Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Norman Macaulay, 3 Lundale, Uig ; killed at 
Frelinghui, Flanders, on 24th October, 1914. Aged 22 
years. His brother Donald is serving in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. 

MALCOLM MACKAY, Private, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Mrs Catherine Mackay or Maciver, 37 
Newton Street, Stornoway ; killed in action in Flanders 
on 25th October, 1914. Aged 20 years. Private Mackay 
had completed five years' service. 

ALLAN THOMSON, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of the 
late Mr John Thomson, 15 Swanibost, Ness ; died in hos- 
pital at Chatham on 26th October, 1914. Aged 45 years. 

Donald GRAHAM, Private, 2nd Gordon Highlanders ; 
son of Widow Duncan Graham, 30 Borve, Barvas; killed 
in action at Ypres on 29th October, 1914. Aged 21 years. 

DONALD MacMILLAN, Private, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr Angus Macmillan, 22 Aird-of- 
Tong ; officially reported missing 29th October, 1014, after- 
wards officially reported dead. Aged 18 years. Private 
Macmillan's brother, John, is serving with the Cameron 
Highlanders. 



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DONALD M. Macdonald, Royal Naval Reservist; 
son of Mr Macdonald, 8 East Street, Sandwickhill ; 
drowned in wreck of the hospital ship " Rohilla " off 
Whitby on 30th October, 1914. Aged 18 years. 

NORMAN MACINNES, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mrs Angus Macinnes, 1 Breaclet, Bernera ; lost in the 
disaster to H.M.S. "Hermes" on 31st October, 1914. 
Aged 41 years. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
the late Mr Angus Macleod, 30 Cross, Ness; also lost in the 
xi Hermes " disaster, 31st October, 1914. Aged 39 years. 
He left a widow and two children. 

DONALD MACARTHUR, Private, Scots Guards ; son of 
Mr John Macarthur, 20 Cromore, Lochs ; killed in action 
at Ypres in October, 1914. Aged 31 years. Private Mac- 
arthur had nine years' service with the Scots Guards. He 
joined the firing line on 26th August^ and was unwounded 
until the day he fell. 



NOVEMBER, 1914. 

Roderick A. Mackenzie, Lance-Corporal, 2nd 
Gordon Highlanders ; son of Mr Donald Mackenzie, police 
pensioner, 3 Plantation Road, Stornoway ; killed in action 
in France on or about 1st November, 1914. He had four 
years' service, and came with his regiment to France from 
Egypt. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Private, 2nd Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr Norman Macleod, Geilir, Bayble ; killed m 
action at Ypres on 3rd November, 1914. Aged 19 years. 
His brother, Murdo, is a prisoner of war in Germany. 

MURDO KENNEDY, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Malcolm Kennedy, 29 Balallan ; killed in action 
in France on 5th November, 1914. Aged 33 years. 
Private Kennedy was in the employment of the Pumpher- 
ston Oil Co., Ltd., Mid-Calder, when he was called up as 



250 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

reservist at the outbreak of war. He left a widow and 
three children. His brother, Donald, is a gunner in the 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 

KENNETH MACIVER, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders ; 
son of the late Mr John Maciver, 41 New Park, Bayble ; 
killed in action at Ypres on or about 6th November, 1914. 
Aged 19 years. Private Maciver's father and mother were 
both dead, and a young sister depended on him for 
support. 

JOHN ROBERT MACDONALD, Private, Seaforth High- 
landers ; grandson of Mr Malcolm Macdonald, New 
Valley, Stornoway ; killed in action in France on 6th 
November, 1914. Aged 23 years. 

GEORGE MACKENZIE, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Widow Isabella Mackenzie, 46 Balallan ; 
killed in action in France, 11th November, 1914. Aged 23 
years. Private Mackenzie was reported missing on the 
date given, and after the lapse of a year he was officially 
reported believed killed. 

ALEXANDER SHAW, Private, 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Shaw, 10 New Valley ; killed in 
action, 11th November, 1914. Aged 24 years. He was 
connected with the 3rd Camerons for three years. In civil 
life he was employed as a baker with Mr Duncan Mac- 
lean, Cromwell Street. His brother, Private John Shaw, 
3rd Seaforths, was killed in action on 9th May, 1915. 
/Another brother, Neil, is serving in the Canadian Forces. 

JOHN Murdo Munro, Private, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Mr Malcolm Munro, 2 Knock ; killed in 
action at La Bassee on 12th November, 1914. Aged 19 
years. 

THOMAS STEWART, Private, 2nd Battalion Highland 
Light Infantry, residing at Sand Street, Coulre_grein ; 
killed in action in France on 13th November, 1914. Aged 
31 years. Private Stewart served with his regiment nine 
years in India. After his discharge in 1911 and until the 






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outbreak of war he was employed as a vanman with Mr 
Hugh Matheson, baker, Stornoway. 

DONALD MACRAE, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders - r 
son of Mr Roderick Macrae, 6 Habost, Lochs ; killed in 
action at Poperinghe, France, about 15th November, 1914. 
Aged 21 years. His brothers, Murdo and Roderick, are 
privates in the Seaforths. The latter travelled at his own 
expense from South America to enlist. 

MALCOLM MACKENZIE, Royal Naval Reservist; son 
of Mr Donald Mackenzie, 5 Portvoller ; lost in disaster to- 
H.M.S. "Bulwark" on 26th November, 1914. Aged 29' 
years. He had been married only live months. His 
brother, John Allan, is a Royal Naval Reservist serving 
one one of H.M. ships. 

NORMAN MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr John Macleod, 13 Brue, Barvas ; perished in the 
disaster to H.M.S. " Bulwark " on 26th November, 1914. 
Aged 35 years. 

MURDO MACRITCHIE, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 

Mr Murdo Macritchie, 3T Swanibost, Ness; lost in 

' Bulwark " disaster, 26th November, 1914. Aged 30 

years. Mr Macritchie has other two sons serving, namely r 

John and Angus, both in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

ANGUS FlNLAYSON, Private, 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Norman Finlayson, 18 Skigersta ; died 
of wounds in hospital in France in November, 1914. Aged 
20 years. His brother, Donald, is serving in the Royal 
Naval Reserve, and Neil in the Seaforths. The latter was 
wounded, but rejoined his unit. 

ANGUS MACKENZIE, Private, Cameron Highlanders \ 
son of the late Mr Louis Mackenzie, 1 Callanish ; killed in 
action in France in November, 1914. His brother, Private 
Louis Mackenzie, Seaforth Highlanders, died of wounds 
on 9th February, 1915. There are other three brothers 
of this family serving, namely, Alexander and Kenneth, in 



PRIDE AND SORROW. 





Pte. John Maciver, Coll 

awarded D.C.M. 



Lieut. John Macleod, Swordale 

killed 7th Jan., 1910 (see opposite page 




Sergt. Malcom Mackay 
Tolsta-Chaolis 

awarded D.C.M. 




•Sergt. Donald Mackay 
Callanish 

awarded D.C.M. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



253 



"EVERY INCH A SOLDIER." 



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Lieut. JOHN MACLEOD, son of the late Parish Coun- 
cillor Kenneth Macleod, Swordale, Stornoway, was born 
2nd January, 1876. After two years' teaching in a small 
school at Aultbea, and other two years in the Royal Naval 
Reserve, he enlisted in the 2nd Battalion Seaforth High- 
landers at the age of 20 years. He served in the South 
African Campaign, for which he held two medals with five 
clasps. He was shot through the chest at the Battle of 
Paardeberg, the bullet penetrating the fatty portion of the 
heart. In addition to the war medals mentioned, his 
decorations included the Long Service and Good Conduct 
Medal, and he held every military certificate open to him — - 
musketry, mounted infantry, gymnastics, signalling, 
swimming, running, etc. As an athlete he could take his 
place with the best in the open events at Aldershot. On 
one day alone, at his own regimental sports, he won eight 
prizes, including the 100 yards, 200 yards, quarter-mile, 
and sergeants' race. He acted as instructor to the Artillery 
Cadets at Woolwich Academy, and was Sergeant-Major of 
the Lovat Scouts Yeomanry for over five years prior to 
the outbreak of war, when he received his commission and 
rejoined his old regiment. He was sent to France, and 
from there to the Persian Gulf, where he fell in action 
on the 7th of January, 1916. 



254 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



the Cameron Highlanders, and Malcolm, in the Royal 
Naval Reserve. 

ANGUS MACLEOD, Private, 3rd Gordons; son of Mr 
Donald Macleod, 2 Eoropie, Ness ; killed in action in 
France in November, 1914. Aged 25 years. Mr Macleod 
has another son serving in the Royal Naval Reserve. 



DECEMBER, 1914. 

DONALD Kennedy, Private, 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr John Kennedy, Keith Street, 
Stornoway ; killed in action in France in the beginning of 
December, 1914. Aged 20 years. In civilian life Private 
Kennedy was employed with Messrs D. Macfarquhar and 
Sons, cartwrights. He was practically the only support of 
Iris widowed mother. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders; 
rson of Mr Don "id Macleod, 15 Carloway ; killed in action 
in France on 10th December, 1914. Aged 24 years. Mr 
Macleod has another son, Donald, serving in the Royal 
Naval Reserve. 

MURDO MACLEAN, Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Angus Maclean, 18 Callanish ; killed in action at 
La Bassee on 14th December, 1914. Aged 21 years. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders ; 
'-son of Mr Norman Macleod, 6 Portnaguran; killed in 
action at La Bassee on 14th December, 1914. Aged 20 
years. His brother John, who is a Royal Naval Reservist, 
took part in the operations at Antwerp, and is now interned 
in Holland. 

MURDO MONTGOMERY, Private, Gordon Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Allan Montgomery, mason, 50 Benside, Storno- 
way ; killed in action in France on 14th December, 1914. 
Aged 21 years. 






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MURDO Smith, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr x\ngus Smith, 24 Upper Shader, 
Barvas ; killed in action at Ypres on 15th December, 1914. 
Aged 19 years. 

NORMAN Matheson, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Widow Christy Matheson,, 36 Lower 
Barvas ; killed in action in France on 19th December, 1914. 
Aged 34 years. Private Matheson left a widow, who 
resides at 18 Lower Barvas. 

JOHN CAMPBELL, Private, Seaforth Highlanders; 
second son of Mr John Campbell, 18 Gravir ; killed in 
action at La Bassee on 20th December, 1914. Aged 20 
years. Mr Campbell's eldest son, Alexander, is a Royal 
Naval Reservist. 

ALEXANDER Macdonald, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Widow Angus Macdonald, 26 South Dell, 
Ness ; killed in action at La Bassee on 20th December, 
1914. Aged 34 years. Mrs Macdonald has other two sons 
serving — Angus, a sergeant in the 2nd Seaforths, and 
Donald, in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

WILLIAM Mackay, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders ; 
*on of Widow John Mackay, IT Fivepenny, Ness; killed 
in action in France on 20th December, 1914. Aged Id 
years. Private Mackay's brother. Private Donald Mackay, 
also of the Seaforths, has been wounded in action. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Angus Macleod, 9 Fivepenny, Ness; killed in 
action in France on 20th December, 1914. Aged 19 

years. 

MALCOLM MURRAY, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Kenneth Murray, 10 Tong ; killed at 
Festubert on 21st December, 1914. Aged 24 years. 

JOHN Macdonald, Sergeant, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Macdonald, 13 New Shawbost ; 



256 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

killed in action near La Bassee on 22nd December, 1914. 
Aged 41 years. Sergeant Macdonald acted as Army 
Schoolmaster at the Inverness Depot in 1910-11. He was 
called up as a reservist at the outbreak of war. 

Malcolm MACLEOD, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Widow Murdo Macleod, 13 New Shaw- 
bost ; killed in action near La Bassee on 22nd December, 
1914. Aged 18 years. Private Macleod was killed on 
the same day as his uncle, Sergeant John Macdonald, 
referred to above. 

DUNCAN MACKAY, Private, Cameron Highlanders; 
son of Widow Murdo Mackay, 5 Achmore ; killed in action 
at La Bassee on 22nd December, 1914. Aged 20 years. 
Private Mackay was sent to the front at an early stage in 
the war, and escaped without wounds till he was killed. 
His brother, John, is a private in the Seaforth High- 
landers. 

FlNLAY NlCOLSON, Private, Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Murdo Nicolson, 13 Raerinish; was killed in 
action in France on 22nd December, 1914. Aged 19 years. 
His brother Donald is serving as a Royal Naval Reservist. 

John Morrison, Private, 2nd H.L.I. ; son of Mr John 
Morrison, 4 Aridhbhruaich ; killed in action at La Bassee, 
24th December, 1914. Aged 31 years. Private Morrison 
had thirteen years' service with the H.L.I., the last ten 
in India. He arrived in France from India in November, 
and went safely through all the fighting till struck down 
on Christmas Eve. 

Duncan Campbell, Private, Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Donald Campbell, 6 Portvoller; mortally 
wounded at Aisne on 16th October, and died in hospital 
at Norwich on 24th December, 1914. Aged 22 years. His 
brother Malcolm is a private in the same regiment. 

JOHN MACAULAY, Royal Naval Reservist; son of the 
late Mr Murdo Macaulay, 3 Sheshader ; washed overboard 






ROLL OF HONOUR. 257 

from H.M.S. " Edinburgh Castle " during a storm at sea on 
25th December, 1914. Aged 61 years. Macaulay was a 
widower, and left one son and two daughters (grown up). 
He had been in Canada for eight years, returning to his 
native township in 1894. 

Norman Macleod, Private, Seaforth Highlanders ; son 
of Mr Norman Macleod, mason, 14 Benside, Stornoway ; 
killed in action in France on 25th December, 1914. Aged 
19 years. His brother Angus, who serves as a private in 
the same regiment, writing from France to his parents, 
said — " It is very sad ; but Norman has died a good death." 

Donald Nicolson, Private, Gordon Highlanders; son 
of Mr Norman Nicolson, 4 Lurebost ; was wounded and 
taken prisoner in December, 1914, and died in hospital in 
Germany. Aged 19 years. His brother Norman, a private 
in the same regiment, was also taken prisoner by the 
Germans. 



JANUARY, 1915. 

Malcolm Maclean, Royal Naval Reservist, 28 Breas- 
clet ; perished in the disaster to H.M.S. " Formidable " on 
1st January, 1915. He was seventeen years in the Royal 
Naval Reserve, and for the last nine years lived in New 
York, from which he made biennial trips to this country to 
put in his drill periods. He was 42 years of age. His 
brother Murdo, is serving in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

Donald Mackay, Private, Gordon Highlanders; nephew 
of and resided with Widow Angus Macdonald, 3 Back ; 
killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 8th January, 1915. 
Aged 19 years. Private Mackay, who was a crack shot, 
was in an advanced post as a sniper, when he was shot 
through the head and died instantly. He fought with his 
regiment at Mons and in all the subsequent righting in 
which they took part until he was shot down. 

17 



Stornoway Boys who Gave their Lives 




H 





Corpl. Alex. D. Macleod 
Seaforth Highlanders 

killed 25th April, 1915 



Lce.-Cpl, Alex. Macleod 
8th Seaforth Highlanders 

killed 26th Sept., 1915 




Pte. Don. Kennedy, Cameron Highlanders 

killed early Dec, 1914 






Pte. Don. Macarthur Pte. D. L. Maclean 

1st Scots Guards 7th Cameron Highlanders 

killed 27th Sept, 1915 killed lOih Sept., 1915 

Note.— Corpl. Alex. Dan Macleod and Lce.-Corpl. Alex. Macleod are brothers. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 259 

MURDO MACKAY, Private, Cameron Highlanders ; son 
of Mr Malcolm Mackay, 48 Carloway ; killed in action at 
La Bassee on 8th January, 1915. Aged 34 years. Private 
Mackay had served with the Camerons in the South Afri- 
can Campaign, and on the outbreak of war in August he 
rejoined his old regiment from Canada. His brothers, 
Angus and Donald, served in the Seaforths, the latter 
being killed on 25th April, 1915. Another brother, John, 
is a sergeant in the Canadian Infantry. 

RODERICK KENNEDY, Private, 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Kennedy, 14 Calbost, Lochs ; 
killed in action at La Bassee on 25th January, 1915. Aged 
18 years. His father, Mr Murdo Kennedy, served seven- 
teen years in the 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; was in the 
Black Mountains Expedition, 1888 ; the Hazara Expedi- 
tion, 1891; went through the South African Campaign; 
and at the outbreak of war in August last twice volunteered 
for active sendee. 

Donald MACAULAY, Private, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; residing at 12 Murray's Court, Stornoway ; killed 
in action in France on 28th January, 1915. Aged 20 years. 

FEBRUARY, 1915. 

Donald Finlayson, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Widow Ann Finlayson, 11 Brue, Barvas ; perished on board 
H.M.S. "Viknor" off the Irish coast on 3rd February, 
1915. Aged 22 years. 

Alexander Maciver, Royal Naval Reservist ; son 0/ 
Mr Donald Maciver, 26 Lurebost, Lochs ; perished with 
.H.M.S. " Viknor" on 3rd February, 1915. Aged 24 years. 
Mr Maciver has other two sons serving, namely, Murdo, 
in the Royal Naval Reserve, and Roderick, a private in 
the Gordon Highlanders. 

DUNCAN MACKINNON, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of 
Mr Malcolm Mackinnon, 18 Brue, Barvas ; lost in disaster 
to H.M.S. "Viknor" on 3rd February, 1915. Aged 40 



260 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

years. Mr Mackinnon has other two sons serving in the 
Royal Naval Reserve, namely, Allan and Kenneth. 

Donald Campbell, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Norman Campbell, 7 Arnol, Barvas; perished when 
H.M.S. " Clan Macnaughton " was wrecked during a gale, 
early in February, 1915. Aged 39 years. He had taken 
part with the Naval Brigade in the defence of Antwerp 
before joining the ill-fated " Clan Macnaughton." 

Donald Finlayson, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Angus Finlayson, 19 Aird-of-Tong ; lost with the 
"Clan Macnaughton;' 2nd February, 1915. Aged 29 
years. Finlayson, who had taken part in the defence of 
Antwerp, had two brothers serving in the war — John, a 
Royal Naval Reservist, and Donald, a piper in the Ross 
Mountain Battery. 

DUGALD KENNEDY, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Donald Kennedy, 2 Calbost, Lochs ; drowned in 
" Clan Macnaughton " disaster, February, 1915. Aged 17 
years. He was on board H.M.S. " Hermes " when that 
vessel was torpedoed and sunk in the Straits of Dover on 
31st October, 1914. 

KENNETH MACAULAY, Royal Naval Reservist ; eldest . 
son of Mr George Macaulay, 3 Breasclet; perished with 
the armed liner, " Clan Macnaughton," in February, 1915. 
Aged 30 years. Mr Macaulay has another two sons serv- 
ing, namely, Alexander, promoted from 4th Gordons to be 
Lieutenant in the 4th Seaforths (was wounded while serv- 
ing with the Gordons), and Bombardier Malcolm Macaulay, . 
Ross Mountain Battery. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Widow 
Peter Macleod, 25 Aird-of-Tong; went down with H.M.S.. 
"Clan Macnaughton," February, 1915. Aged 21 years. 
He had taken part in the defence of Antwerp before join- 
ing the " Clan Macnaughton." His brother, Private Alex. 
Macleod, Gordon Highlanders, was severely wounded in 
the fighting round Ypres in January, 1915. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 261 

Donald Martin, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
William Martin (John), Portvoller; drowned in "Clan 
Macnaughton " disaster, beginning of February, 1915. 
Aged 22 years. Martin enlisted in the Royal Naval 
Reserve along with a younger brother after the outbreak 
of war, and had just completed three months' service. 

Donald Morrison, Royal Naval Reservist; 41 
Borve, Barvas ; perished in " Clan Macnaughton " disaster, 
February, 1915. Aged 46 years. Morrison left a widow 
and young family of six. 

NEIL MORRISON, Royal Naval Reservist; son of Mr 
John Morrison, 9 Calbost, Lochs ; drowned in " Clan Mac- 
naughton " disaster, February, 1915. Like his near neigh- 
bour, Dugald Kennedy (referred to above), he was a sur- 
vivor of the " Hermes " disaster. 

Donald Murray, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Widow Murdo Murray, 33 South Dell, Ness ; lost in " Clan 
Macnaughton " disaster, February, 1915. Aged 37 years. 
Prior to joining the Royal Naval Reserve in 1902 he had 
served five years in the 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, part of 
the time in Egypt, and had attained the rank of sergeant. 
He left a widow and five children, ranging in age from nine 
years to six months. 

Norman MACIVER, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Norman Maciver, 25 Valtos, Uig; drowned at sea on 6th 
February, 1915. Aged 28 years. He was serving on 
board H.M.S. " Inconstant," and the weather being rough, 
he, with others of the crew, was engaged securing boxes, 
when a heavy sea broke on deck and washed him over- 
board. Lifebuoys were thrown into the sea, and the ship 
was stopped, but no trace of him could be found. 

Louis Mackenzie, Private, 2nd Battalion Seaforth 
Highlanders; son of the late Mr Louis Mackenzie, 1 
Callanish ; died of shrapnel wounds in Netley Hospital, 
London, 9th February, 1915. Aged 31 years. Five 
brothers from this family were on service, the others being 



262 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

Malcolm, R.N.R. : Angus, Alexander, and Kenneth, 
Cameron Highlanders, of whom Angus has been missing 
since November, 1914, and reported believed killed. 

Malcolm Macdonald, Royal Naval Reservist, son 
of Mr Neil Macdonald, 34 South Shawbost ; accidentally 
drowned on 14th February, 1915, while serving on board 
H.M.S. " Partridge." Aged 31 years. He was one of a 
boat's crew which had to cross from the " Partridge " to 
the flagship, H.M.S. " Sutlej " at sea. The " Sutlej " was 
rolling, and the bottom of the chute caught the " Part- 
ridge's " boat and upset her. The crew, with the excep- 
tion of Macdonald, were saved. 

Donald Graham, Private, Canadian Contingent; 
son of Mr Alexander Graham, Outend, Coll ; accidentally 
killed in France on 16th February, 1915. Aged 28 years. 
Graham had been resident in the United States of 
America for about four years, but on the outbreak of 
hostilities immediately crossed into Canada and joined the 
Dominion Forces for service at the front. He had pre- 
viously been twelve years in the 1st Seaforth Highlanders. 

ROBERT Stewart, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr Alex. Stewart, 4 Scotland 
Street, Stornoway ; died of wounds received in action in 
France on 16th February, 1915. Aged 20 years. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Macleod, 20 Fivepenny, Ness ; 
killed in action at Givenchy on 21st February, 1915. Aged 
34 years. Private Macleod had served in Egypt. 

George Macdonald, Private, 1st Royal Fusiliers; 
son of Mrs George Macdonald, 52 Bayhead Street, Stor- 
noway; killed in action at La Bassee on 26th February, 
1915. Aged 20 years. Mrs Macdonald has other three 
sons serving, namely, William, a priv^ f e in the 1st King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, and Donald and John, privates 
in the Canadian Contingent. 



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JOHN NlCOLSON, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr Alexander Nicolson, 9 North Tolsta; died of 
wounds on 28th February, 1915. Aged 19 years. After 
a spell in the trenches, the 1st Gordons were being relieved 
on 28th February, and while they were leaving the trench 
the Germans opened fire. Private Nicolson was shot 
through the side, just above the heart, and died while 
being carried to the dressing station. He had been pre- 
viously wounded in December, 1914. His brothers, Angus 
and Donald, are serving as Royal Naval Reservists on 
ships of the Grand Fleet. 

MARCH, 1915, 

MALCOLM MACDONALD, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr 1 Donald Macdonald, 11 Kirkibost, Ber- 
nera; killed in action in France on 1st March, 1915. Aged 
23 years. He had been employed with the Glasgow Cor- 
poration in the Tramway Department prior to the out- 
break of war. 

John Campbell, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders; 
son of Mr Murdo Campbell, 10 Upper Garrabost; killed 
in action at La Bassee on 2nd March, 1915. Aged 18 
years. Private Campbell's brother, Duncan, a private in 
the Gordon Highlanders, was killed in action on 16th 
May, 1915. 

JOHN MURRAY, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Widow Angus Murray, 2T South Dell, Ness ; 
wounded in action at La Bassee on 4th March, and died in 
hospital on 6th March, 1915. Aged 21 years. His 
brother, Private Roderick Murray, of the 2nd Seaforths, 
died of wounds on 4th June, 1915< 

Malcolm Mackenzie, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Mackenzie, 8 Carloway ; killed in 
action at Neuve Chapelle on 10th March, 1915. Aged 31 
years. He had been at the front for about six months. 
His brother Duncan is a private in the same regiment. 



MORE STORNOWAY OFFICERS. 





Surgeon Malcolm B. Macleod 
R.N. 



Lieut. Alastair Mackenzie 
R.N.V.R. 




Lieut. Norman Maciver, Ross Mountain Battery 





Lieut. Donald McNeill 
Royal Fusiliers 



Lieut. Rodk. E. Ross 
Ross Mountain Battery 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 265 

RODERICK MACLEOD, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr Donald Macleod, 5 Lundale, Uig; 
killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 10th March, 1915. 
Aged 19 years. Five of Mr Macleod's sons answered the 
Country's call in August, 1914, the others being Donald, 
Malcolm, and Angus, all of the Seaforth Highlanders, and 
Kenneth, of the Royal Naval Reserve. 

ROBERT MORRISON, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Allan Morrison, 27 Breasclet ; killed in 
action at Neuve Chapelle on 10th March, 1915. Aged 20 
years. His brother Archie is a private in the Seaforths. 

MURDO MACAULAY, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr John Macaulay, 32 Geilir, 
Bayble ; killed in action at La Bassee on 11th March, 1915. 
Aged 20 years. 

Roderick Macleod, Private, Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Roderick Macleod, 37 North Shawbost ; killed 
in action on 11th March, 1915, at Neuve Chapelle. Aged 
18 years. 

MALCOLM MACAULAY, Corporal, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; residing at 9 Kershader, Lochs ; son of the late 
Mr John Macaulay, Balallan;- killed in action at Neuve 
Chapelle on 12th March, 1915. Aged 27 years. Sergeant 
Macaulay had eleven years' service with the Seaforths, 
nine of which were spent in India. 

SAMUEL MACDONALD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Macdonald (" Donald "), 8 Aird- 
of-Tong ; killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 12th 
March, 1915. Aged 22 years. His younger brother, 
Donald, also a private in the Seaforths, has been missing 
since 9th May, 1915, and is officially reported believed 
killed. 

Kenneth N. Macdonald, Private, Royal High- 
landers of Canada ; son of Mrs Neil Macdonald, 5 Planta- 
tion Road, Stornoway ; killed in action in France on 14th 



266 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

March, 1915. Aged 35 years. Private Macdonald, who 
was a hewer and builder to trade, had served three years 
in the Royal Engineers before emigrating to America. 
He was employed at Vermont, U.S.A., when war broke 
out, and at once crossed into Canada and joined the 
Dominion's Expeditionary Force. He went to France on 
the 11th February, and first entered the firing line trenches 
on the 24th of that month. He left a widow and one 
child, who reside at Gravir, Lochs. 

John Campbell, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Norman Campbell, 13 Aird ; lost in disaster to H.M.S. 
"Bayano" off the coast of Ayr on 15th March, 1915. 
Aged 33 years. His only brother, William, who served 
in the Royal Naval Reserve, took part in the defence of 
Antwerp, and as a result of the hardships then undergone 
he is now an invalid. 

George Graham, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of the 
late Mr George Graham, 1 Flesherin, Aird ; lost in 
"Bayano" disaster, 15th March, 1915. Aged 30 years. 
His brothers, Kenneth and Angus, serve in ships of H.M. 
Fleet. Graham and Campbell, above mentioned, were 
married to two sisters, and both were widowers. 

DONALD MURRAY, Royal Naval Reservist; residing 
at 12 Coll; went down with the ill-fated H.M.S. "Bayano" 
on 15th March, 1915. Aged 44 years. Murray was a 
native of North Tolsta, but married at Coll. He was called 
up on the mobilisation of the Fleet, and had been con- 
tinuously on service till he was drowned. 

Roderick Smith, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Angus Smith, 20 South Bragar, Barvas ; was drowned in 
the " Bayano " disaster, 15th March, 1915. Aged 20 years. 
Deceased's father, Mr Angus Smith, is a member of the 
Royal Naval Reserve, and is serving on one of H.M. ships. 

JOHN MACDONALD, Private, 1st Seaforths ; son of Mr 
John Macdonald (" Angus "), 6 Aird-of-Tong ; died in hos- 
pital at Boulogne on 17th March, 1915, from wounds 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 267 

received at Neuve Chapelle a few days previous. Aged 
22 years. His younger brother, Norman, a private in the 
3rd Seaforths, wounded and missing since 9th May, 1915 7 
is officially reported believed killed. 

Evander Maciver, Royal Naval Reservist, 3 Tong, 
Stornoway; killed in action, on board H.M.I.S. " Dufferin," 
off Mowila, on 22nd March, 1915. Aged 34 years. He 
served first in the 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, and was in 
Egypt during the South African War. Having completed 
his term with the Seaforths, he enlisted in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. At the outbreak of war he was sailing on the 
Indian Coast, and was drafted to H.M.I.S. " Dufferin." 
He left a widow, but no children. 

Duncan Macmillan, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr Kenneth Macmillan, 23 
Lemreway, Lochs ; died in hospital at St Omer, France, 
on 27th March, 1915. Aged 27 years. Lance-Corporal 
Macmillan had been a piper in the 1st Seaforths for seven 
years. He went to France with the vanguard of the Ex- 
peditionary Force, and passed scatheless through much 
and stubborn fighting. He, however, contracted cerebro- 
spinal meningitis, which terminated fatally, as stated, on 
27th March. His brother, Angus, is Quartermaster- Sergt 
of the 1st Seaforths. 



APRIL, I9i5. 

Malcolm Macphail, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of 
Mr Donald Macphail, 25 Arnol, Barvas ; killed on board 
H.M.S. " Prince George " at the Dardanelles in April, 1915. 

JOHN MATHESON, Corporal, Canadian Infantry; son 
of the late Mr Norman Matheson, 9 Upper Bayble ; killed 
in action at Ypres on 22nd April, 1915. Aged 33 years. 
Corporal Matheson was for some years on the teaching 
staff of Bayble Public School before joining the Seaforth 
Highlanders. He was through the South African War, 
and afterwards proceeded to India, where he completed 



268 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

his period of service with the colours. He subsequently 
emigrated to Canada, and joined the Dominion's Expedi- 
tionary Force on the outbreak of war. His brothers, 
Malcolm and Alexander, are Royal Naval Reservists, the 
former serving on H.M.S. " Empress of India," and the 
latter on H.M. Auxiliary Cruiser " Orama." 

JOHN MACRAE, Private, 3rd Cameron Highlanders; 
son of Mr John Macrae, 22 Point Street, Stornoway ; killed 
iii action at Hill 60 on 23rd April, 1915., Aged 19 years. 

John Smith, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; son 
of Widow John Smith, 19 Habost, Ness; killed in action 
at Hill 60 on 23rd April, 1915. Aged 19 years. 

Alexander Macdougall Hunter, Private, 5th 
Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 1st Canadian Contingent , 
son of Mr Robert Hunter, Temperance Hotel, Barvas ; 
killed in action on 24th April, 1915. Aged 25 years. Pte. 
Hunter had gone to Canada to study farming, and prior to 
the outbreak of war had taken a homestead, with the inten- 
tion of settling down. He, however, promptly answered 
the Empire's call. While his battalion was charging a 
German trench he was shot through the heart, and fell 
within a few yards of the goal. 

PETER MACLEOD, Sergeant, 13th Battalion Royal 
Highlanders of Canada ; son of Mr Donald Macleod, 
Bridge End, Breanish, Uig ; killed in action in France on 
24th April, 1915. Aged 28 years. Sergeant Macleod, who 
emigrated to Canada nine years ago, enlisted in the Ex- 
peditionary Force immediately on the outbreak of war. 
He went into the firing line in France in February. Mr 
Macleod has another son, Angus, serving as a Royal Naval 
Reservist on H.M.T. "Calliope." 

ALEX. Dan GRAHAM, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Graham, 33 Benside, Storno- 
way ; killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 25th April, 
1915. Aged 19 years. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 209 

JOHN MACAULAY, Private, 2nd Seaf orths ; eldest son 
of Mrs Christina Macaulay, 4 Hacklet, Bernera ; killed in 
action near St Julien on 25th April, 19^. Aged 23 
years. Private Macaulay joined the fighting line towards 
the end of August, and had been continuously at the front 
till he fell. His brother, Lance-Corporal Neil Macaulay, 
1st Seaforths, was wounded in action, but recovered and 
returned to the firing line. 

GEORGE Macdonald, Private, 1st Canadian Con- 
tingent ; son of Rev. Malcolm Macdonald, Canada (for- 
merly of 30 Knock, Carloway) ; killed in action in France 
on 25th April, 1915* Aged 20 years. His brothers, 
Norman and Malcolm, are serving with the Canadians. 

MURDO MACINNES, Private, Seaforth Highlanders;, 
son of Widow Catherine Macinnes, 5 Crossbost ; killed in 
action near Ypres on 25th April, 1915. Aged 24 years. 
Widow Macinnes gave other two sons to the service of 
King and Country in the war, namely, Angus, a private in 
the Cameron Highlanders, and Donald, a Royal Naval 
Reservist. 

DONALD MACKAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Malcolm Mackay, 48 Carloway ; killed 
in action at St Julien on 25th April, 1915. Aged 22 years. 
Private Mackay is a brother of Private Murdo Mackay,- 
Cameron Highlanders, who was killed on 8th January, 
1915. ' Mr Mackay has other two sons serving, namely, 
Sergeant John Mackay, Canadian Contingent, and Private 
Angus Macka*y, Seaforth Highlanders. 

DONALD MACKAY, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr Norman Mackay, 29 Arnol, Barvas ; 
killed in action in France on 25th April, 1915. Aged 27 
years. 

FlNLAY MACKAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Donald Mackay, 18 Carloway; killed in action 
at St Julien on 25th April, 1915. Aged 24 years. Private 
Mackay joined the firing line in October, and had been 



Point Losses on Land and Sea. 








Mai. Mackenzie, R.N.R. 
5 Portvoller 

drowned 2Gth Nov., 1914 




Sergt. Donald Macdonald 
4 Portvoller 

killed 9th May, 191.5 



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Sergt. Alex. Montgomery, 6 Sheshader 

killed 25th April, 1915 



WM%$$& 










Corpl. John Macleod 
Lower Bayble 

killed 9th May, 1915 




Sergt. Malcolm Macdonald 
43 Lower Garrabost 

killed 16th May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 271 

continuously at the front until he fell. His brother Angus 
is a Royal Naval Reservist, and is interned in Holland. 

DONALD MACKENZIE, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Widow Donald Mackenzie, 3 Knockaird, 
Ness ; killed in action at Hill 60 on 25th April, 1915. Aged 

23 years. Private Mackenzie's brother, Murdo, is a pri- 
vate in the Seaforths, and is serving in France. 

Dugald Mackenzie, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr John Mackenzie, 36 Eoropie, 
Ness ; killed in action at Hill 60 on 25th April, 1915. Aged 
21 years. His brothers, Donald and Angus, are in the 
Royal Naval Reserve, and were on board the " Carmania " 
at the sinking of the " Cap Trafalgar." 

Alexander MACIVER, Private, Scots Guards ; son of 
Mr Kenneth Maciver, 36 Coll, Stornoway ; missing since 
25th April, 1915, and later officially reported killed. Aged 

24 years. He had been employed in Glasgow, and at the 
outbreak of war enlisted in the Scots Guards. 

ALEX. Dan MACLEOD, Corporal, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Macleod, prison warder, 38 
Point Street, Stornoway ; killed in action at St Julien on 
25th April, 1915. Aged 22 years. He served seven years 
with the colours, and was a noted athlete and crack shot. 
He went to France in August, 1914, and had been through 
the whole campaign from Mons till the day on which he 
was killed. He was mentioned for "conspicuous bravery 
in the field." His younger brother, Alexander, a Lance- 
Corporal in the 8th Seaforths, was killed at the Battle of 
Loos on 26th September, 1915. 

ANGUS MACLEOD, Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of the late Mr Leod Macleod, 43 Raerinish; killed 
in action at Neuve Chapelle on 25th April. Aged 25 years. 
He had served six years with the colours, five of which were 
spent in India. On the outbreak of war he at once rejoined 
his old regiment, and passed unscathed through all the 



272 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



engagements in which they took part from Mons till Neuve 
Chapelle, where he was mortally wounded. Corporal Mac- 
leod's brother, Donald, is a sergeant in the Canadian 
Contingent. 

KENNETH MACLEOD, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Alexander Macleod, 14 Sheshader; 
killed in action at Hill 60 on 25th April, 1915. Aged 21 
years. He joined the fighting line at Mons, and took part 
in the retreat to the Marne and in all the subsequent fight- 
ing in which the regiment was engaged, escaping scathe- 
less till the day he was killed. His brother, Alick, is a 
Royal Naval Reservist. 

Alexander Montgomery, Sergeant, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr Murdo Montgomery, 6 Sheshader ; 
was killed in action at Hill 60 on 25th April, 1915. He 
crossed to France among the first of the British Expedi- 
tionary Force in August, and took part in the famous re- 
treat from Mons and the subsequent advance from the 
Marne. He was 28 years of age, and left a widow and one 
child, who reside at 27 Laxay, Lochs. His brother, 
Duncan, is serving on one of H.M. ships. 

MURDO MORRISON, Private, 2nd Seaforths ; son of Mr 
John Morrison, 31 Cross, Ness ; killed in action in Flanders 
on 25th April, 1915. Aged 19 years. 

Allan Murray, Private, 5th Battalion 1st Cana- 
dians; son of Mr Angus Murray, Maciver's Buildings, 
Keith Street, Stornoway; killed in action in Flanders on 
25th April, 1915. Aged 19 years. The Germans had 
attacked under cover of a cloud of poisonous gas, and 
Private Murray was severely wounded in the shoulder and 
stomach, and died on the field. His elder brother, 
Thomas, a private in the same company, is believed to 
have been killed in action on 29th April, 1915. The father 
is himself an ex-soldier, and served with the 2nd Seaforths 
in India, where Allan was born. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 273 

Malcolm Macaskill,, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Sea- 
f orth Highlanders ; son of Mr Norman Macaskill, 3 Kiri- 
vick, Carloway; died on 26th April, 1915, of wounds re- 
ceived in action at St Julien. Aged 22 years. Lance- 
Corporal Macaskill had been at the front almost from the 
commencement of hostilities. Mr Macaskill has another 
son serving, namely, Private John Macaskill, Gordon 
Highlanders. 

DONALD MACIVER, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Kenneth Maciver, 13 Vatisker ; killed 
in action at Hill 60 on 26th April, 1915. Aged 19 years. 
His brother John is a Corporal in the Seaforth Highlanders. 

DONALD MACLEAN, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Norman Maclean, 15 Fivepenny, Ness ; 
killed in action at Ypres on 26th April, 1915. Aged 18 
years. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Macdonald, 16b Knockaird, 
Ness ; gas poisoned at Hazelbrouck, France, and died on 
27th April, 1915. Aged 20 years. 

DONALD MACGREGOR, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; only son of Mrs Murdo Macgregor, 12 Tolsta- 
Chaolis ; killed in action at St Julien on 27th April, 1915. 
Aged 35 years. 

Donald Maclean, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Maclean, 3 Doune-Carloway ; 
died of gas poisoning at St Julien on 27th April, 1915. 
Aged 18 years. Mr Maclean has other two sons on active 
service, namely, Sergeant John Maclean and Private Murdo 
Maclean, both of the Seaforth Highlanders. The latter 
had his eyes injured by the bursting of a shell at La 
Bassee on 14th December, 1914; and after undergoing 
several operations has been discharged on account of 
impaired eyesight. 

18 



274 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

DONALD Macaulay, Corporal, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Macaulay, 19 Breasclet ; died in 
hospital on 28th April, 1915, from wounds received at Hill 
60. Aged 32 years. 

THOMAS MURRAY, Private, 5th Battalion, 1st Cana- 
dians ; son of Mr Angus Murray, Maciver's Buildings, Stor- 
noway ; believed killed in action in Flanders on 29th April, 
1915. Aged 21 years. Private Murray was a brother of 
Private Allan Murray, also of the 5th Battalion Canadians, 
who was killed on 25th April. (See separate note above). 

NORMAN MACDONALD, Private, 3rd Battalion Cana- 
dians ; son of Mr Norman Macdonald, 23 Arnol, Barvas ; 
killed in action at Hill 60 in April, 1915. Aged 22 years. 
Mr Macdonald had in all four sons serving, the others 
being, Angus and Donald, in the Royal Naval Reserve; 
John, Lance-Corporal, in the Seaforth Highlanders ; and 
Murdo, a Sergeant in the Canadian Forces (recruiting in 
Canada). 



MAY, 1915. 

William Macleod, Private, Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr Donald Macleod, 1 Upper Barvas; died a 
prisoner of war at Merseburg, Germany, on 1st May, 1915. 
Aged 24 years. Private Macleod's two brothers, John and 
Donald, are serving in the Cameron Highlanders. 

Alexander A. Mackenzie, Bombardier, Ross Moun- 
tain Battery; son of Mr John Mackenzie, 4 Crossbost; 
killed in action at the Dardanelles on 2nd May, 1915. 
Mackenzie, who was 22 years of age, in civilian life was 
employed as a draper and grocer, having served his 
apprenticeship with the late' Mr John Maclean, Stornoway. 
The Ross Mountain Battery formed part of the Mediter- 
ranean Expeditionary Force, which landed at the Dardan- 
elles on 25th April. He was the first member of the 
Battery to fall 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 275 

NORMAN MACLEOD, Sergeant, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Malcolm Macleod, 3 Tolsta-Chaolis ; 
died of gas poisoning at St Julien on 2nd May, 1915. 
Aged 23 yeais. Mr Macleod has other two sons serving, 
namely, Private Roderick Macleod, Cameron Highlanders, 
and Private John Macleod, Seaforth Highlanders, the 
latter of whom was wounded in January, 1915. 

JOHN Murray. Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Murray, 12 South Dell, Ness ; 
died from wounds m Base hospital on 2nd May, 1915. 
Aged 22 years. 

John GILLIES, Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
only son of Mr Kenneth Gillies, 19 North Shawbost ; killed 
in action at St Julien on 3rd May 4 1915. Aged 19 years. 

Malcolm Maciyer, Private, 2nd Seaforths, son of 
Widow Maciver, 18 Breasclet; died in hospital, 3rd May, 
1915, from wounds received in action at Hill 60 on 28th 
April. Aged 32 years. Maciver served eight years with 
his regiment in India ; was called up as a reservist on the 
commencement of hostilities, and went to France with the 
first portion of British Expeditionary Force. His brother 
Charles, also a private in the 2nd Seaforths, was severely 
wounded in action. Another brother, Murdo, is in the 
Royal Naval Reserve. 

Neil Maciver, Sergeant, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders.; 
son of Mr Neil Maciver, 40 Breasclet; died in hospital at 
Havre on 5th May, 1915, as a result of gas poisoning at 
Hill 60 on 28th April, 1915. Aged 22 years. Mr Maciver 
has other two sons serving, John and Malcolm, both in the 
Roval Naval Reserve. 

MALCOLM MACKAY, Private, Cameron Highlanders; 
son of the late Mr Malcolm Mackay, 16 Valtos, Uig ; killed 
in action in France on 5th May, 1915. Aged 31 years. 
Private Mackay's brother, Iain., a private in the Seaforth 
Highlanders, was gas poisoned. Another brother, John, 



BACK AND TONG CASUALTIES. 




Pte. Donald Graham 
Outend, Coll 

killed 16th Feb., 1915. 




Pte. Alex. Mackenzie 
144 Coll 

killed 11th June, 1915. 



1111 





Lce.-Cpl. George Macdonald. 29 Coll 

killed 20th Nov., 1915. 





John Smith, R.N.R. 
19 Aird-of-Tong 

drowned 20th Oct., 1915. 



Pte. Donald Maclean 
6 Back 

killed 9th May, 1915. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 277 

is a private in the Camerons. The latter was wounded at 
Hill 60, and is now in hospital. 

ALEXANDER Macaskill, Private, Gordon Highlan- 
ders ; son of Murdo Macaskill, Lighthill, Back ; died in 
hospital on Tth May, 1915, as a result of wounds received 
in action two days previous. Aged 20 years. Mr Mac- 
askill has another son, John, serving in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. 

Malcolm Macdonald, Sergeant, 2nd Cameron 
Highlanders ; son of Mr Alexander Macdonald, 9 Habost, 
Lochs ; killed in action in Belgium on 8th May, 1915. 
Aged 28 years. Of his six years' service with the colours 
the last four were spent in India, from which he came to 
France with the Expeditionary Force in December, 1914. 
Sergeant Macdonald's brother, Angus, is serving in the 
Royal Naval Reserve. 

ANGUS Campbell, Lance-Corporal, 1st Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr F inlay Campbell, 16 Habost, 
Ness ; killed in action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 
20 years. His brother, Lance-Corporal Malcolm Camp- 
bell, of the 2nd Seaforths, was killed on 24th May. Mr 
Campbell has a third son still serving with the colours. 

DONALD GRAHAM, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Graham, 18 South Dell, Ness ; 
killed in action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 20 
years. 

JOHN Gunn, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders, son 
of Mr Murdo Gunn, 5 Knockaird, Ness ; killed in action 
in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 21 years. Mr Gunn 
has other two sons serving with the Seaforths, namely, 
Donald and John, the latter of whom was wounded in 
action. 

NORMAN MACARTHUR, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Macarthur, 26 Knock- Carlo way ; 
killed in action at La Bassee on 9th May, 1915. Aged 22 



278 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

years. Private Macarthur joined the firing line in 
October, 1914. 

ANGUS MACDONALD, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Macdonald, 6 Coll, Stornoway j 
killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 9th May, 1915. Aged 
18 years. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Macdonald (" Donald "), 8 Aird- 
of-Tong ; missing since 9th May, 1915, and officially re- 
ported believed killed. Aged 19 years. His elder brother, 
Private Samuel Macdonald, 1st Seaforths, was killed at 
Neuve Chapelle on 12th March, 1915, 

DONALD Macdonald, Sergeant, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr John Macdonald, elder, 4 Port- 
voller ; killed in action at Hill 60 on 9th May, 1915. Aged 
27 years. He served for ten years with the colours, and 
arrived in France with the Indian Contingent in October. 
His brother, Malcolm, is serving on H.M.S. " Hibernia." 

JOHN MACDONALD, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr Murdo Macdonald, 16 North Dell, 
Ness ; gas poisoned on 1st May, and died on 9th May, 1915. 
Aged 22 years. 

DONALD MACIVER, Private, Cameron Highlanders; 
residing with his grandfather, Mt Norman Maciver, 2 Car- 
loway; killed in action at La Bassee on 9th May, 1915. 
Aged 19 years. Private Maciver had been at the front 
since October. 

MURDO MACKAY, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Malcolm Mackay, 17 Skigersta, Ness; killed 
in action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 19 years. 

DONALD MACKENZIE, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Mackenzie, 50 Back ; killed in 
action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 21 years. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 279 

NEIL MACLEAN, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Widow Maclean, 8b Breasclet; killed in action at 
Neuve Chapelle on 9th May, 1915. Aged 22 years. His 
brothers, John and Malcolm, are Royal Naval Reservists. 

DONALD MACLEAN, Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Maclean, 6 Back, Stornoway ; 
killed in action at Neuve Chapelle on 9th May, 1915. Aged 
20 years. Mr Maclean has other three sons serving — • 
Murdo, Roderick, and Donald — all in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. Roderick was on H.M.S. " Carmania " at the 
sinking of the German armed liner, " Cap Trafalgar." 

MALCOLM MACIVER, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Maciver, 14b Callanish ; killed 
in action at Ypres on 9th May, 1915. Aged 34 years. 

ANGUS MACLEOD, Lance-Corporal, 3rd Seaforths; 
son of Mr Peter Macleod, 12 Tong ; killed in action on 9th 
May, 1915. Aged 18 years. His brother John is a Private 
in the Canadian Contingent. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers • son of Mr John Macleod, 3T Lower Bayble ; killed 
in action at Hill 60 on 9th May, 1915. Aged 20 years. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Corporal, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Allan Macleod, Lower Bayble ; killed in action 
in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 27 years. He served 
six years with the Seaforths in India, and came to France 
with the first of the Indian Expeditionary Force. 

MALCOLM MACLEOD, Sergeant, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers : son of Mrs Donald Macleod, 4 Tolsta-Chaolis ; 
killed in action at Festubert on 9th May, 1915. Aged 38 
years. Sergeant Macleod went through the South African 
Campaign, and shortly after the conclusion of peace there 
was drafted to the North-West Frontier of India, where 
also he saw active service. For a year or two previous to 
the outbreak of the present war he was stationed at Fort- 



280 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

George and Invergordon. Early in the winter he crossed 
to France with a draft of his battalion, and, as stated, fell 
on 9th May. 

MALCOLM Macleod, Private, 1st Black Watch; son 
of the late Mr Angus Macleod, 8 Tong ; killed in action 
on 9th May, 1915. Aged 26 years. He served his period 
with the 1st Seaforths in India, but instead of coming home 
joined the 1st Black Watch. 

MURDO MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Kenneth Macleod, 12 Garinin, Carloway ; killed 
in action at La Bassee on 9th May, 1915. Aged 19 years. 
Private Macleod had been eight months at the front, and 
came scatheless through all the fighting until he fell. His 
brother John is serving in the Royal Naval Reserve, and 
Donald in the Seaforth Highlanders. 

WILLIAM MACNEILL, Lance-Sergeant, 1st Seaforth 
Highlanders; son of Mr William Macneill, 1 Carishader, 
Uig ; killed in action at Rue-de-Bois, Flanders, on 9th 
May, 1915. Aged 27 years. Lance-Sergeant Macneill had 
nine years' service with the Seaforth Highlanders, most 
of which was put in in India. He came to France with 
the first of the Indian Expeditionary Force, and was 
awared the D.C.M. for his gallantry at Givenchy ; and was 
also awarded the Russian Cross of the Order of St George 
(4th Class). 

JOHN MORRISON, Private, 7th Battalion, British 
Columbia Regiment ; son of Widow John Morrison, 12 
North Dell, Ness ; killed in action at Hill 60 on 9th May, 
1915. Aged 31 years. Before leaving his native isle for 
Canada, Private Morrison served five years in the Royal 
Naval Reserve, and on his first period of training was 
recommended for promotion as leading seaman. On the 
outbreak of war he answered his country's call, and came 
over with the first of the Dominion's Expeditionary Force. 
His only brother, Angus, is serving in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 281 

DONALD MORRISON, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; son 
of Mr Roderick Morrison, 4 South Dell, Ness; killed by 
gas poisoning on 9th May, 1915. Aged 20 years. His 
brother, Private John Morrison, Seaforth Highlanders, was 
also badly gas poisoned and sent to hospital. 

MURDO MURRAY, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Donald Murray, 5 South Dell, Ness ; killed in 
action in Flanders on 9th May, 1915. Aged 31 years. 
Private Murray left a widow and two children. His 
brother, Private Donald Murray, of the Seaforths, was 
badly gassed. Another brother, Alexander, is in the 
Royal Naval Reserve. 

JOHN SHAW, Corporal, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders ; son 
of Mr John Shaw, 10 New Valley, Stornoway ; killed in 
action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 27 years. Pri- 
vate Shaw's brother, Private Alex. Shaw (referred to in a 
separate note above), was killed in action on 11th 
November, 1914. 

ALEXANDER SMITH, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Allan Smith, 22 Fivepenny, Ness ; 
killed in action in France on 9th May, 1915. Aged 22 
y : ears. Mr Smith has other two sons serving, namely, 
John, in the Royal Naval Reserve, and Murdo, a private 
m the Gordon Highlanders, who has been wounded and 
missing since 25th September, 1915. 

DONALD Smith, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Donald Smith, 14 Habost, Ness ; killed in action 
at Hill 60 on 9th May, 1915. Aged 20 years. Mr Smith 
has another son at the front, Private Norman Smith, Sea- 
forth Highlanders. 

MALCOLM MACKENZIE, Private, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Widow Murdo Mackenzie, 8 Aignish, Stor- 
noway ; died at No. 1 Casualty Clearing Station, France, 
on 12th May, 1915, from wounds received at Festubert 
on 9th May. Aged 19 years. Mrs Mackenzie has other 



POINT CASUALTIES. 






Pte. John Campbell 
10 Upper Garrabost 

killed 2nd March, 1915 



Lce.-Corpl. Donald Angus 
27 Lower Sandwick 

died in hospital 21st July, 1915 





Gunner Murdo Mackenzie, 51 Lower Garrabost 

died of wounds 5th June, 1915 




Wm. Macleod, R.N.R. 
14 Sheshader 

drowned 18th Sept., 1915 




Murdo Mackay, R.N.R. 
50 Garrabost 

drowned 25th Sept , 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 285 

two sons on active service — Donald, in the Seaforth High- 
landers, and Roderick, in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

KENNETH NlCOLSON, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Angus Nicolson, 24 Lemreway, Lochs ; lost with H.M.S, 
"Goliath" at the Dardanelles on 12th May, 1915. Aged 
19 years. 

DONALD SMITH, Royal Naval Reservist; residing at 
43 North Bragar ; went down with H.M.S. " Goliath " when 
she was torpedoed at the Dardanelles on 12th May, 1915, 
Aged 40 years. Two of deceased's brothers, John and 
Angus, are serving King and Country in ships of the 
Grand Fleet. 

DUNCAN CAMPBELL, Private, Gordon Highlanders;, 
son of Mr Murdo Campbell, 10 Upper Garrabost ; killed 

m action at Festubert on 16th May, 1915. Private Camp- 
bell's brother John, a private in the Cameron Highlanders,, 
was killed in action at La Bassee on 2nd March, 1915. 

MALCOLM MACDONALD, Sergeant, 2nd Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Macdonald, 43 Lower Garrabost ; 
killed in action in Flanders on 16th May, 1915. Aged 21 
years. Prior to joining the Gordons Sergeant Macdonald 
was for some time a student in the Secondary Department 
of the Nicolson Institute. He crossed to France with his 
regiment shortly after the outbreak of hostilities, and had 
been through most of the subsequent fighting till the day 
on which he fell. Two of his brothers are Royal Naval 
Reservists — namely, Donald, who took part in the defence 
of Antwerp, and is now interned in Holland, and Alick, 
who is serving on one of H.M. patrol yachts. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Sergeant, 3rd Gordon High- 
landers ; eldest son of Mr John Macleod, 12 North Tolsta ; 
killed in action in France on 16th May, 1915. Aged 25 
years. Sergeant Macleod had been at the front since 
November, and saw much fighting. It was while he and 
his comrades* were earning for themselves a glorious name 
for coolness and bravery that he fell. 



284 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

DONALD MACLEOD, Private, Gordon Highlanders; 
only son of Mr John Macleod, 14 Doune-Carloway ; killed 
in action in France on 16th May, 1915. Aged 22 years. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Macdonald, 12 Habost, Ness ; 
wounded in action on 9th May, and died at the Base Hos- 
pital on 17th May, 1915. Aged 22 years. 

MURDO MORRISON, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Morrison, 10 Borve, Barvas ; 
died in the Field Hospital in France on 17th May, 1915, 
from wounds received in action a few hours previous. He 
crossed to France on 25th August, and came through 
without a scratch till the fatal day indicated. He was 23 
years of age. 

RODERICK MACLEAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Roderick Macleay, 14 Ballantrushal, 
Barvas ; killed in action in France on 18th May, 1915. 
Aged 20 years. Private Macleay had been at the front 
almost from the commencement of the war. 

Alexander Campbell, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; youngest son of Mr Kenneth Campbell, 2 North 
Tolsta ; killed in action in Flanders on 19th May, 1915. 
Aged 19 years. Private Campbell had been at the front 
for some months, and been through several engagements 
before he fell. Mr Campbell has other three sons serving, 
namely, Donald and Neil, with the Canadians, and John, 
who is a Petty Officer in the Royal Navy. 

ANGUS MURRAY, Lance-Corporal, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Widow Donald Murray, 8 Swanibost, Ness ; 
wounded in action on 25th April, and died in hospital at 
Boulogne on 21st May, 1915. Aged 18 years. 

Malcolm Campbell, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth 

. Highlanders ; son of Mr F inlay Campbell, 16 Habost, Ness ; 

killed in action at Ypres on 24th May, 1915. Aged 22 



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years. His brother, Lance-Corporal Angus Campbell, was 
killed in action, 9th May, 1915. 

MALCOLM MACKAY, Royal Naval Reservist, residing 
at 3 Achmore, Lochs ; lost when H.M.S. "Triumph" was 
torpedoed at the Dardanelles on 25th May, 1915. Aged 
46 years. He had served through the South African War 
of 1900. 

Hugh Mackenzie, First-Class Stoker, Royal Navy; 
son of the late Mr Donald Mackenzie, 46 Laxdale ; went 
down with H.M.S. (e Triumph " when torpedoed at the 
Dardanelles on 25th May, 1915. Aged 4T years. He had 
only three months to serve of his 21-years' period. 

Alex. Dan Nicolson, Carpenter, H.M. Australian 
Navy ; son of the late Mr Robert Nicolson, 14 Plantation 
Road, Stornoway ; died in hospital at Melbourne, Australia, 
on 25th May, 1915. Aged 30 years. He had about 
thirteen years' service in the Navy. 

Kenneth Macdonald, Driver, Ross Mountain Bat- 
tery ; eldest son of Mr Alexander Macdonald, foreman 
cooper, 21 Newton Street, Stornoway ; died in hospital on 
28th May, 1915, of wounds received in action at the Dar- 
danelles on 25th May. Aged 22 years. At the outbreak 
of war he was employed as an engineer with Messrs 
Lobnitz and Co., shipbuilders, Renfrew. 

Alexander Gillies, Private, 50th Canadian Gordon 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr Gillies, Lionel, Ness ; 
killed in action at Festubert, May, 1915. Aged 32 years. 
Private Gillies, who enlisted in October, 1914, had previ- 
ously served nine years in the 3rd Seaforths. He left a 
widow and five children, who reside at Victoria, British 
Columbia. 



286 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



JUNE, 1915. 

JOHN Macdonald, Gunner, Ross Mountain Battery, 
residing at 4 Plantation Road, Stornoway; died on board 
hospital ship, 2nd June, 1915, as the result of wounds 
received in action at the Dardanelles on 25th May. Aged 
39 years. Gunner Macdonald was a partner in the firm of 
Messrs Macleod and Macdonald, tailors and clothiers, Point 
Street, Stornoway. He was an enthusiastic piper, and one 
of the original. members of the Lewis Pipe Band. 

JAMES MACRITCHIE, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlan- 
ders ; son of Mr Murdo Macritchie, 5 Swambost, Ness ; 
killed in action in France on 2nd June, 1915. Aged 19 
years. 

RODERICK MURRAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlan- 
ders ; son of Widow Angus Murray, 2T South Dell, Ness ; 
wounded in action near Ypres, and died in hospital on 4th 
June, 1915. He had been wounded at La Bassee on 20th 
December, 1914, when attached to the 1st Seaforths, and 
was at home for a time recuperating. His brother, Private 
John Murray, 1st Seaforths, died on 6th March, 1915. 

MURDO MACKENZIE, Gunner, Ross Mountain Battery ; 
son of Mr Kenneth Mackenzie, 51 Lower Garrabost, died 
on board an hospital ship on 5th June, 1915, of wounds 
received in action at the Dardanelles the previous day. 
Aged 19 years. Gunner Mackenzie was a student in the 
Nicolson Institute when the war broke out, and had only 
been a few months in the Ross Mountain Battery before 
the mobilisation. 

Alexander Mackenzie, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Malcolm Mackenzie, 3 Upper, Bayble ; 
killed in action in France on 9th June, 1915. Of his 
period of service with the Seaforths four years were spent 
in India, where he saw active service on the North-West 
Frontier in 1908, and for which he held a medal. On the 



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outbreak of war in August, 1914, he was recalled to the 
colours as a reservist. 

William Mackenzie, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr Malcolm Mackenzie, 23 Borve, 
Barvas ; killed in action at Ypres on 9th June, 1915. Aged 
19 years. 

JOHN MACRITCHIE, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlan- 
ders; son of Widow Angus Macntchie, 16 Lionel, Ness; 
died in hospital at Cromarty on 9th June, 1915. Aged 
21 years. 

WILLIAM S. ROSS, Sergeant, 1st Seaforth Highlan- 
ders ; son of Mr William T. Ross, Scarp, Harris (formerly 
for many years headmaster of Shawbost Public School, 
Barvas) ; killed in action in Belgium on 9th June, 1915. 
Aged 31 years. A shell burst in the trench and he was 
severely wounded. His chest and back were horribly torn 
by the bullets, and his left arm was badly injured. He 
was taken to the field hospital, where he died shortly after 
being admitted. The shell by which Sergeant Ross was 
mortally wounded killed outright seven men of his platoon. 

Alexander Mackenzie, Private, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr John Mackenzie, 44 Coll, 
Stornoway; killed in Flanders on 11th June, 1915. Aged 
28 years. With others he was resting in the firing trench 
when a German shell burst in a portion of the trench, 
completely burying three of them. Private Mackenzie was 
still in life when extricated, but expired almost immedi- 
ately. He had been about twelve years in the Seaforths. 
He crossed to France in August, joining the firing line 
during the retreat from Mons, and had been continuously 
at the front from that time till he was killed. 

Donald John Mackenzie, Private, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr John Mackenzie, 44 Lure- 
bost, Lochs ; died in hospital at Boulogne on 13th June, 
1915. Aged 22 years. Private Mackenzie went to France 



SHAWBOST AND NESS LOSSES. 




Pte. Don. Graham 
18 South Dell] 

killed 9th May, 1915 




Pte. Norman Mackenzie 
3 Eorodale 

killed 23rd August, 1915 




Pte. Roderick Murray 
27 South Dell, Ness 

died of wounds 4th June, 1915 




Sergt. John Macdonald 

13 New Shawbost 

killed 22nd Dec, 1914 




Pte. Don. Macdonald 
12 Habost, Ness 

died of wounds 17th May, 1915- 




Roderick Macritchie, R.N 
28 Eoropie 

drowned 8th Aug., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 289 

soon after the outbreak of hostilities, and was continuously 
in the fighting line without receiving a scratch until 5th 
June, when he was admitted to hospital suffering from gas 
poisoning, to which he succumbed, as stated, eight days 
later. He had been connected with the 3rd Seaforths for 
about six years, and was an excellent marksman. 

JOHN MACLENNAN, Private, 3rd Battalion, 1st Cana- 
dians ; fourth son of Mr John Maclennan, 8 Kirkibost, 
Bernera ; killed in action in France on 15th June, 1915. 
Aged 22 years. Private Maclennan went to Canada over 
three years ago, and enlisted in the Dominion's Expedi- 
tionary Force on the outbreak of war. Mr Maclennan has 
other two sons serving, Murdo in the Royal Naval Reserve, 
and Alexander with the Australian Contingent. 

Kenneth Macdonald, Private, 3rd Battalion, 1st 
Canadians ; eldesc son of Mr Angus Macdonald, 24a 
Valasay, Bernera ; died on 16th June, 1915, of wounds 
received in action the previous day. Aged 21 years. 
Private Macdonald, like Private Maclennan (above), was 
for about three years in Canada, and joined with him the 
same Company of the 1st Canadians. During an attack 
on the German trenches on the night of 15th June Private 
Maclennan was killed by the explosion of a bomb in their 
trench, while Private Macdonald was mortally wounded by 
the same bomb, and died at the Casualty Clearing Station 
next day. Mr Macdonald's second son was made a 
prisoner of war at the fall of Antwerp. 

. MURDO MACIVER. Lance-Corporal, 4th Gordon High- 
landers ; son of Mr Alexander Maciver, 40 Coll, Storno- 
way ; killed in action in Flanders on 16th June, 1915. 
Aged 25 years. Lance-Corporal Maciver had been con- 
nected with the Ross Mountain Battery while at the 
Nicolson Institute, Stornoway, but transferred to the 4th 
Gordons on proceeding to the University of Aberdeen. 
He joined the firing line in January. It was during a 
charge on the German trenches that he and Private George 
Macsween (referred to below) were killed instantaneously 
side by side. 

19 



290 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

GEORGE MACSWEEN, Private, 4th Gordon Highlan- 
ders ; son of Mr John Macsween, 1 Upper Garrabost, 
Stornoway ; killed in action in Flanders on 16th June, 
1915. Aged 24 years. Private Macsween had been 
slightly wounded on the 15th June, and though ordered 
by the doctor to go down the line to have his wound looked 
to, he refused, saying — " What of this attack which is 
coming off to-morrow ? I want to be in it." It was in this 
attack he fell, being killed by a shrapnel shell which burst 
close beside him and Corporal Murdo Maciver, Back, killing 
both of them instantaneously. Private Macsween was a 
student at the Aberdeen Training College when he joined 
the Gordons. 

DUNCAN MACKAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Norman Mackay, 1 Park, Carloway ; killed at 
Ypres on 18th June, 1915. Aged 18 years. He had been 
at the front for only a few weeks when he was struck 
down. 

ANGUS MACLEOD, Corporal, 2nd Seaforth Highlan- 
ders ; son of Mr Kenneth Macleod,, merchant, 58 North 
Tolsta ; killed in action in Flanders on 19th June, 1915. 
Aged 30 years. He had served three years in the Seaforths 
as a regular, and on the outbreak of war gave up a good 
situation in Sydney, Australia, and came home to join his 
old regiment. Mr Macleod has other three sons serving, 
namely, Donald and John in the Royal Naval Reserve, and 
Alexander, who, as soon as he heard of his brother's death, 
enlisted in the Seaforths to fill the gap. 

HECTOR MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist, residing 
at 5 North Street, Sandwickhill ; died on board H.M o. 
'" Heroic " on 28th June, 1915, of wounds received at the 
Dardanelles on 25th June. Aged 26 years. Micleod had 
been in the Royal Naval Reserve for about seven years, 
and was sailing on the American Lakes when his Country's 
call reached him on the outbreak of war. His father, Mr 
John Macleod, 25 Lower Sandwick, had served thirty years 
m the Royal Naval Reserve. When war was declared he 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 291 

•offered himself again for service, and notwithstanding his 
age (58 years) was accepted. Mr Macleod has another 
son serving, namely, Private Malcolm Macleod, of the 3rd 
Seaforths. 

JOHN MACRITCHIE, Private, 28th Battalion, 1st Cana- 
dians ; son of Mrs Macritchie 5 67 Kipper Road, Stornoway ; 
officially reported missing ; unofficially reported killed 
about June, 1915. Aged 40 years. Private Macntchie 
had served three years in the 3rd Seaforth Highlanders 
before enlisting in the 1st Battalion at the age of 20. He 
.saw active service in India, in the Sudan Campaign, and 
also in the South African War, for which he held three 
medals with nine bars. He left the Seaforths, time- 
expired, in 1906, and soon afterwards emigrated to Canada. 
On the outbreak of war in August he enlisted in Princess 
Patricia's Light Infantry, and crossed to France in March, 
1915. 



JULY, 1915. 

NORMAN Macrae, Private, 8th Battalion Canadian 
Infantry ; son of Mr Donald Macrae, Upper Bayble ; killed 
in action in France on 2nd July, 1915. Aged 27 years. 
He had just recovered from a wound, and on rejoining his 
regiment was killed. He emigrated to Canada eight years 
ago, and there answered the call of the Motherland at the 
■outbreak of war. 

DONALD Martin, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders ; 
only son of Widow John Martin, 76 North Tolsta ; killed 
in action in France on 8th July, 1915. Aged 21 years. 
When war broke out Private Martin was following a sea- 
faring career in the employment of the Allan Line. He 
was at the front practically from the beginning of hostili- 
ties, and was through many engagements. He was much 
esteemed by his officers, by whom he was highly com- 
mended for his bravery at Neuve Chapelle. Mrs Martin 
has three sons-in-law on active service. 



292 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

MURDO MACLEAN, Private, Gordon Highlanders ; son 
of Mr Murdo Maclean, 9 Doune-Carloway ; was first 
wounded at Ypres on 14th December, 1914, but recovered 
and returned to the firing line ; was again seriously wounded 
at Ypres on 13th May, 1915, and died in a French hospital 
on 14th July, 1915. Aged 19 years. 

MURDO MACAULAY, Gunner, Ross Mountain Battery ; 
son of Mrs Mackay, 2 Keith Street, Stornoway ; died in 
hospital at Malta on 15th July, 1915, as the result of 
wounds received at the Dardanelles on 11th June. Aged 
22 years. He had been seriously wounded in the left leg 
and had been twice operated on in the hope of saving the 
limb. This was found impossible, and amputation had to 
be resorted to on 13th July. Two days later he died. 
Gunner Macaulay in civil life was a postman in Stornoway, 
and had been seven years in the Post Office service. 

John GRAHAM, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders ; son 
of Mr Angus Graham, shoemaker, 39 North Tolsta ; killed 
in action in Flanders on 20th July, 1915. Aged 20 years. 
Private Graham and another Lewisman (Private Nicolson, 
Knock) were killed instantaneously by the bursting of the 
same shell. The night before he was killed a big mine 
had been blown up by the British and about 150 yards of 
German trench captured. It was when his Company was 
sent up to garrison the great hole made by the explosion 
that he and Private Nicolson were killed. Private 
Graham's only brother, Murdo, is serving on board H.M.S. 
" Nubian." 

ANGUS NICOLSON, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr Angus Nicolson, 11 Knock, Stornoway; killed in 
action in Flanders on 20th July, 1915. Aged 18 years. 
Private Nicolson was wounded early in February and had 
been at home for some time convalescent. He returned to 
the firing line in March. Mr Nicolson has other two sons 
serving, namely, Norman in a Welsh Artillery Regiment, 
and Finlay in the Royal Naval Reserve. (See preceding 
note on Private John Graham). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 293 

Donald Angus, Lance-Corporal, 1st Gordon High- 
landers, residing at 27 Lower Sandwick ; died in the City 
Hospital, Aberdeen, on 21 c t July, 1915. Aged 20 years. 
Lance-Corporal Angus was frost-bitten in the trenches, 
and was home on sick leave in February. He was sent to 
Rosemount Hospital, Aberdeen, suffering from the effects 
of a cold which he contracted in the trenches, and which 
he was unable to shake off. Afterwards he was transferred 
to the City Hospital, Aberdeen, in an advanced stage of 
tuberculosis, and died there, as stated, on 21st July. 

MURDO MACKENZIE, Royal Naval Reservist; eldest 
son of the late Mr Ewen Mackenzie, elder, Port Voller ; 
died in Mesopotamia on 26th July, 1915, of appendicitis. 
Aged 41 years. He had been 15 years in the Royal Naval 
Reserve, and before proceeding to the East had specialised 
in anti-aircraft gunnery. He took part in the operations 
on the Shat-el-Arab, and having arrived at Kurna, where 
the Euphrates meets the Tigris, he proceeded many miles 
up the former river. He left a widow and six children, 
who reside at 5 Port Voller. 

AUGUST, 1915. 

RODERICK MACRITCHIE, Royal Naval Reservist, resid- 
ing at 28 Eoropie, Ness ; drowned when H.M. Auli- 
liary cruiser " India " was torpedoed off the coast 
of Norway on 8th August, 1915. Aged 38 years. 
He had been connected with the Royal Naval Re- 
serve since he attained the age of manhood. On the 
outbreak of hostilities he promptly answered his country's 
call, and served with great gallantry on board the auxiliary 
cruiser " Carmania " 111 the famous engagement which re- 
sulted in the destruction of the German armed cruiser, 
" Cap Trafalgar." Having recovered from injuries 
received in that glorious fight, he was assigned to the ill- 
fated " India." He left a widow and an infant son. 

NORMAN Campbell, Driver, Ross Mountain Battery ; 
eldest son of Mr Donald Campbell, 12 Aird, Stornoway; 



EARLY CASUALTIES. 








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Pte. Neil Smith 
Stornoway 

killed 3th Oct , 1914 



Mm 



Pte. Donald Stewart, 
Stornoway 

killed Kith Oct., 11)14 




Philip Macleod, Saddler, R.F.A., Stenish 

killed 26th Aug., 1914 





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■ 








Pte. Malcolm Crockett 

Stornoway 

killed :4th Oct., 1914 



Pte. Thomas Stewart 
Coulregrein 

killed 13th Nov., 1914 



Km i,. - Saddler Philip Macleod was the first Lewisman to lose his life in the War 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 295 



was wounded in the operations at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli 
Peninsula, and died in hospital on 9th August, 1915. Aged 
20 years. Driver Campbell was one of a picked party from 
the Ross Mountain Battery who took part m the landing 
at Suvla Bay. He was struck on the side and hip by a 
whole shell, which afterwards exploded and blew off the 
leg of Gunner John Macleod, Aignish, who as a result died 
in hospital on 9th September, 1915. At the outbreak of 
war Driver Campbell was a Junior Student in the Nicolson 
Institute, Stornoway. 

KENNETH MACSWEEN, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Macsween, 21 Aignish ; killed 
m action in Flanders on 11th August, 1915. Aged 21 
years. Private Macsween was called up when on the East 
Coast in August, 1914, and had not been at home since he 
left for the fishing in May, 1911. He was sent early to the 
front, and had come scatheless through the campaign till 
he was shot down in 11th August while engaged digging 
trenches. His brother Donald is a private in the Seaforth 
Highlanders. 

JOHN MACKENZIE, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Norman Mackenzie, 48 North Tolsta ; drowned off H.M. 
trawler " Izaac Walton" in Granton Harbour on 12th 
August, 1915. Aged 34 years. He left a widow and three 
children. 

NORMAN MACKENZIE, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr F inlay Mackenzie, 3 Eorodale-by-the- 
Sea, Ness ; killed in action in France on 23rd August, 1915. 
Aged 18 years. Mr Mackenzie has another son, Angus, 
serving with the 2nd Seaforths. 

JOHN MACLEAY, Royal Naval Reservist; son of Mr 
John Macleay, 38 Lower Shader, Barvas ; was interned in 
Holland after the fall of Antwerp, and died at Gronmgen 
on 26th August, 1915. Aged 31 years. His brother 
Angus is a Royal Naval Reservist. 

David Macdonald, Piper, 1st Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr John Macdonald, 34 Lurebost ; died of illness 



290 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



on 27th August, 1915. Aged 40 years. Piper Macdonald 
had served 12 years with the Seaforths, and was through 
Lord Kitchener's campaign for the reconquest of the 
Sudan, for which he held the war medals and clasps. At 
the outbreak of war in August, 1914, he was employed in 
the Tramway Department of the Glasgow Corporation, 
and at once re-enlisted in his old regiment. Mr Mac- 
donald, who is now over 91 years of age, has another son 
serving in the Royal Naval Reserve. 

ANGUS MACKAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Murdo Mackay, 4 Kirivick, Carloway; gas 
poisoned at La Bassee on 9th May, and died in hospital at 
Oxford on 29th August, 1915. Aged 22 years. Private 
Mackay had gone to the front very early in the war, and 
had escaped without injury until poisoned. 



SEPTEMBER, 1915. 

JOHN Campbell, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of Mr 
Donald Campbell, 26 Lower Bayble ; died in Hasler Hos- 
pital, Gosport, on 5th September, 1915. Aged 34 years. 

John MACLEOD, Gunner, Ross Mountain Battery ; son 
of Mr Murdo Macleod, 18 Aignish, Stornoway ; died in 
hospital on 9th September, 1915, as the result of wounds 
received in action on 8th August, 1915. Aged 22 years. 
Gunner Macleod took part with a section of the Battery 
in the landing at Suvla Bay. He was struck by a shell, 
which blew off one of his legs beneath the knee. The 
same shell had previously struck Driver Norman Campbell, 
Aird, on the hip and side, inflicting injuries which ter- 
minated fatally. Gunner Macleod was a tailor to trade, 
and at the outbreak of war was in the employment of Mr 
Malcolm Macarthur, Kenneth Street. 

Donald Lachlan Maclean, Private, 7th Cameron 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr Donald Maclean, baker, 
and Mrs Mackmnon, 8 Newton Street, Stornoway; killed 
with four others through the bursting in their midst of a 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 297 

trench mcrtar on 10th September, 1915. Aged 27 years. 
At the outbreak of war Private Maclean was employed in 
the draughting office of a shipbuilding firm on the Clyde, 
with whom he had served his apprenticeship as an engineer. 
Before going to Glasgow he had been assistant for two 
or three years with Mr Alex. Macdonald, C.E., Burgh 
Engineer, Stornoway. 

ANGUS PATERSON, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Kenneth Paterson, 5 Upper Barvas ; 
killed in action in France on 15th September, 1915. Aged 
IT years. His brother, Donald, served as a signaller m 
the Ross Mountain Battery at the Dardanelles, and was 
wounded while carrying the telephone wire to the firing 
line, and will probably be lame for life. He is meantime 
m hospital at Campden, Gloucestershire. 

ROBERT Macdonald, Warrant Officer, Royal Navy ; 
eldest son of Mr John Macdonald, New Street ; to his keen 
regret was not able to be on active service in the war. As 
the result of an attack of malaria he was invalided home 
from Mexico, and on the passage contracted a chill, which 
terminated fatally at Bursledon, near Southampton, on 16th 
September, 1915. He was 39 years of age, and had been 
over 21 years in the Navy. 

WILLIAM MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Norman Macleod, 1-1 Sheshader ; drowned when H.M. 
trawler " Lydian " was sunk by a mine off Ramsgate on 
18th September, 1915. Aged 23 years. His brothers, 
Donald, Alick, and Hector, are serving as Royal Naval 
Reservists on H.M. ships. No less than nine men from 
Croft No. 14, Sheshader, w r ere engaged in the national ser- 
vice, either afloat or ashore, and of these William Macleod 
was the second to fall. The first was Private Kenneth 
Macleod, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, who was killed at 
Hill 60 on 25th April. 

JOHN Macdonald, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Macdonald, 3 Mid Borve, 



293 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

Barvas ; killed in action at Loos on 25th September, 1915. 
Aged 22 years. He had been previously wounded, and 
had returned to the firing line about a month before he 
was killed. His brother Malcolm is a private in the Sea- 
forth Highlanders, and has been wounded. 

JOHN MACDONALD, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Donald Macdonald, 34 Lower Shader, 
Barvas ; mortally wounded in the Battle of Loos, 25th Sep- 
tember, 1915, and died same day in the Field Hospital. 
Aged 19 years. His brother Donald is in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. Private Macdonald crossed to France towards 
the end of autumn, 1914. In the first engagement in which 
he took part there were six Lower Shader lads, and Pri- 
vate Macdonald was the only one who came out scatheless, 
four of them being wounded, while one is still missing. 
Private Macdonald was fortunate in passing through all 
the subsequent fighting without being wounded until he 
fell, as stated, on 25th September. 

MURDO MACDONALD, Private, Gordon Highlanders; 
son of Mr Donald Macdonald, 3 Caverstay, Lochs ; killed 
in action at Loos on 25th September, 1915. Aged 20 
year?. His brother Donald is serving in the Royal Naval 
Reserve. 

MURDO MACKAY, Royal Naval Reservist; son of the 
late Mr Murdo Mackay, 50 Garrabost ; drowned when H.M. 
armed yacht " Sanda " was sunk off the Belgian coast on 
25th September, 1915. Aged 24 years. His brothers, 
John and Malcolm, are serving, the former in the Royal 
Naval Reserve, and the latter in the Canadians. 

DONALD JOHN MACLEOD, Private, 1st Cameron High- 
landers ; son of Mr Norman Macleod, 21 Carloway ; killed 
in action in France on 25th September, 1915. Aged 21 
years. Private Macleod was employed in Glasgow when 
called up at the outbreak of war. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Private, Highland Light Infantry; 
son of the late Mr John Macleod, 1 Holm, Stornoway ; 



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killed in action at Loos on 25th September, 1915. Aged 
35 years. Private Macleod had been for some years book- 
keeper in the employment of Mr W. G. Russell, Waverley 
Buildings, Stornoway, and afterwards moved to Glasgow, 
where he enlisted after the outbreak of war. He left a 
widow and four children. His brother Donald is also 
serving in the Highland Light Infantry. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Sergeant 3rd Cameron Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Donald Macleod, 1 Enaclete, Uig ; killed in 
action at Loos on 25th September, 1915. Aged 25 years. 
Sergeant Macleod's father re-enlisted since the outbreak 
of war, and his brother, Donald, is serving as a Royal 
Naval Reservist on H.M.S, " Victorian." 

WILLIAM MACLEOD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Donald Macleod, 10 Portnaguran ; killed or drowned 
when H.M. armed yacht " Sanda was sunk off the Belgian 
coast on 25th September, 1915. He had three brothers 
serving. Alex., a private in the Gordon Highlanders, has 
been missing since 14th December, 1914 ; Angus took part 
with the Naval Brigade in the defence of Antwerp, and 
since its fall has been interned in Holland ; Donald, a Royal 
Naval Reservist, is on board one of H.M. ships. 

MURDO Maclennan, Private, 7th Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Maclennan, 16 Plantation Road, 
Stornoway ; received a bullet wound in the head on 25th 
September, 1915, and died next day in the Clearing Hos- 
pital. Aged 28 years. Private Maclennan, who was a 
cooper to trade, enlisted in Kitchener's Army on 2nd Sep- 
tember, 1914, and crossed to France in May, 1915. 

ALEXANDER Macleod, Lance-Corporal, 8th Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr Donald Macleod, prison warder, 
38 Point Street, Stornoway ; wounded at the Battle of Loos 
and ded on the field on 26th September, 1915. Aged 21 
years. At the outbreak of war he was employed in Glas- 
gow as a shop assistant, and enlisted in Kitchener's Army 
soon after the commencement of hostilities. Lance-Cor- 



STORNOWAY LADS KILLED AND MISSING. 




Gunner Murdo Macaulay 
2 Keith Street 

died of wounds 15th July, 1915 




Pte. Muiu. Jinnai 

Plantation Road 

died of wounds 2fith Sept., 1915 




Gunner John Macdonald 
Plantation Road 

died of wounds 2nd June, 1915 




Pte. Malcolm Macleod 
84 Keith Street 

missing since 21th April, 1915 



..rfBiSa?!... 





Pte. Alex. n.ai.sregor 
23 Newton 

missing since 9tli Mav. 1915 




Pte. Alex. Mackenzie 
Castle Street 

missing since 9th May, 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 301 

poral Macleod was a brother of Corporal Alex. Dan Mac- 
leod, 2nd Seaforths, killed in action at St Julien on 25th 
April (see separate note). 

DONALD MATHESON, Private, 3rd Cameron High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr Kenneth Matheson, 26 Brue, 
Barvas ; killed in action in France in the fighting between 
25th and 28th September, 1915. Aged 20 years. His 
brother Donald, a private in the 1st Seaforth Highlanders, 
was wounded in the same engagement. 

MURDO SMITH, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Angus Smith, 23 Borve, Barvas ; killed in action 
between 25th and 28th September, 1915. Aged 21 years. 
Private Smith had been for a year in the fighting line, hav- 
ing had no furlough since he went to France. 

DONALD MACARTHUR, Private, 1st Scots Guards ; son 
of Mr Norman Macarthur, clothier, 12 Plantation Road, 
Stornoway ; killed in action at Loos on 27th September, 
1915. Aged 26 years. Private Macarthur was a Preven- 
tive officer of Customs and Excise at Stornoway, and en- 
listed soon after the outbreak of war. 



OCTOBER, 1915. 

Angus Mackenzie, Private, Cameron Highlanders ; 
son of the late Mr John Mackenzie, 8 Laxay, Lochs ; 
wounded at Loos, and died in the Clearing Station, France, 
on 4th October, 1915. Aged 21 years. Pte. Mackenzie had 
been previously in hospital in France suffering from frost 
bite. 

JOHN MACRITCHIE, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders ; 
eldest son of Mr Kenneth Macritchie, 40 North Tolsta; 
killed in action 5th October, 1915. Aged 21 years. Pri- 
vate Macritchie had been at the front since November, 
1914. His brother, John, a Royal Naval Reservist, is 
interned in Holland. 



302 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

DONALD MURRAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; eldest son of Mr Donald Murray, 22 North 
Tolsta ; died at Hcmerton Military Hospital on 11th Octo- 
ber, 1915, as the result of wounds received at Hill 60 on 
9th May, 1915. Aged 19 years. Private Murray had been 
at the front for seven months before being wounded. His 
father enlisted in the Royal Naval Reserve in December, 
1914. 

DONALD J. MACIVER, 2nd Lieutenant, 4th Cameron 
Highlanders ; son of Widow Angus Maciver, 8 Callanish ; 
wounded at the Battle of Loos on 29th September, 1915, 
and died at the Base Hospital on 14th October, 1915. 
Aged 24 years. Lieutenant Maciver, before enlisting, was 
studying for the ministry at the University of Edinburgh. 
His brother, Neil, is serving with the Canadians. 

JOHN SMITH, Royal Naval Reservist; son of the late 
Mr Angus Smith, 20 Aird-of-Tong ; drowned or killed 
when his ship was blown up at sea on 20th October, 1915. 

KENNETH MACAULAY, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of 
Mr Angus Macaulay, 19 Breasclet ; killed at sea on 25th 
October, 1915. Aged 22 years. He was serving on board 
H.M.S. "Yelox," which on the date mentioned gave 
chase to a German submarine. The submarine 
dropped a mine in her wake, with which, unfor- 
tunately, tli e "Velox" came into contact. Kenneth Mac- 
aulay and two others were on the look-out at the bow, 
and all three were killed by the explosion. His brothers, 
Donald and George, are also Royal Naval Reservists, and 
have been serving with the Grand Fleet since the com- 
mencement of the war. 

JOHN MACDONALD, Royal Naval Reservist; son of 
Mr Angus Macdonald, 2 Swordale, Stornoway ; drowned 
at the Dardanelles on the night of 28th-29th October, 1915. 
Aged IT years. He had been serving on H.M.S. " Hythe," 
which collided with a British torpedo boat on the date 
mentioned, and was sunk with the loss of 9 of the crew and 
145 soldiers who were on board at the time. Macdonald 



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enlisted at the outbreak of war, giving his age as 18 years, 
when as a matter of fact he was under 16. His brother 
Murdo, who emigrated to Australia after serving 12 years 
m the Royal Navy, re-enlisted on the outbreak of war, and 
served with the Naval Brigade at the Dardanelles. 

ROBERT Paterson, Private, Seaforth Highlanders; 
residing with his maternal uncle, Mr Donald Micdonald, 
IT Lurebost ; killed in action in France in October, 1915. 
Aged 20 years. His brother Alexander is serving m the 
Royal Naval Reserve. 



NOVEMBER, 1915. 

FlNLAY MACLEAN, Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders ; 
son of Mr Murdo Maclean, 35 Breasclet ; mortally wounded 
111 the head by shrapnel splinters m France on 4th Nov- 
ember, 1915, and died 111 the Clearing Hospital the follow- 
ing day. Aged 20 years. Private Maclean was previously 
wounded in action. 

DONALD STEWART, Sergeant, Argyll Mountain Bat- 
tery ; grandson of the late Mr Donald Stewart, shoemaker, 
8b Cromwell Street, Stornoway ; killed in action at Suvla 
Bay early in November, 1915. Aged 27 years. SergeaM 
.Stewart had been resident in Oban for some years. 

GEORGE Macdonald, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Seaforth 
Highlanders ; son of Mr George Macdonald, 29 Coll, Stor- 
noway ; killed in action in France on 20th November, 1915. 
Aged 19 years. Lance-Corporal Macdonald's brother, 
Corpl. John Macdonald, is serving with the Ross Mountain 
Battery. 

DUNCAN MACKENZIE, Private, Canadian Contingent; 
son of Mr Mackenzie, 5 Knock, Carloway ; died of wounds 
received in action in France on 21st November, 1915. 

JOHN MACKENZIE, Private, Gordon Highlanders ; son 
of Mr John Mackenzie, Bayble, but residing from infancy 



NESS SOLDIERS SLAIN IN BATTLE. 





Lce.-Cpl. Angus Campbell 

16 Habost, Ness 

killed i)th Mav, 1915 



Lce.-Cpl. Malcolm Campbell 

16 Habost, Ness 

killed 2 ith Mav, 1915 




Pte. John Morrison (Canadians), 12 North Dell. Ness 

killed 9th May, 1915 





Pte. Murdo Murray Lce.-Cpl. John Murray 

5 South Dell, Ness 1.2 South Dell 

killed 5th Mav. 1915 died of wounds t nd May, 1915 

Note.— Lce.-Cpl. Angus, and Lce.-Cpl. Malcolm Campbell are brothers. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 305 

with his aunt, Mrs Malcolm Macdonald, 13 Knock, Storno- 
, way ; wounded in action 25th November, 1915, and died 
in hospital next day. Aged 17 years. 

DECEMBER, 1915. 

KENNETH MACKAY, Private, Canadian Contingent; 
son of the late Mr Donald Mackay, 34 Valtos, Uig ; killed 
in action in Flanders, 1st December, 1915. Aged 43^ 
years. Private Mackay had served as a Volunteer in the 
South African War. 

MURDO MACLEOD, Private, Canadian Contingent ; son 
of the late Mr Kenneth Macleod (Mor), 12 Tong ; killed in 
France by the bursting of a shell, 4th December, 1915. 
Aged 23 years. Private Macleod has three brothers serv- 
ing — John, in the Royal Naval Reserve ; Angus, Seaforths ; 
and William, Ross Mountain Battery. 

Roderick Ross Macleod, Private, 10th Gordon 
Highlanders ; son of the late Mr Murdo Macleod, building 
contractor, Stornoway; killed (with two others) by the 
bursting of a shell in France on 5th December, 1915. 
Aged 18 years. Private Macleod and his sisters, since the 
death of their parents some years ago, resided with Mr 
John Mackay, 24 Aignish, Stornoway. 

KENNETH MURRAY, Private, 2nd Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr John Murray, 43 South Shawbost ; died 
on the mail steamer while on passage from Kyle of Loch- 
alsh to Stornoway, 21st December, 1915. Aged 39 years. 
Private Murray at the time of his death was on his way to 
visit friends in Lewis after fourteen years' absence from 
the Island. He had served some years in the 3rd Sea- 
forths before leaving Lewis, and on the outbreak of war 
volunteered for service with the Seaforths. Private 
Murray's brother, Donald, is a Royal Naval Reservist. 

JOHN STEWART, Private, Gordon Highlanders ; son of 
Mr John Stewart, Tong Road, Laxdale ; killed in action 

20 



306 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

in France on 27th December, 1915. Aged 19 years. His 
brother, Alex. Dan, a private in the same regiment, is a 
prisoner in Germany. 

JOHN MACIVER, Royal Naval Reservist, 34 Breasclet ; 
drowned on a mine-sweeper sunk in the North Sea on 
25th December, 1915. Aged 47 years. He was married, 
and left five children (the first fatherless orphans in Uig 
through the war). Another brother, Donald, is serving in 
the Royal Naval Reserve. 

JANUARY, 1916. 

John MACLEOD, 1st Lieutenant, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of the late Mr Kenneth Macleod, Parish Coun- 
cillor, Swordale ; killed in action at the Persian Gulf on 
7th January, 1916. Aged 40 years. (See separate note 
regarding Lieutenant Macleod's military career). 

ALLAN GRAHAM, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of the late Mr Allan Graham, 6 Lower Garrabost; 
killed in action at Persian Gulf on 7th January, 1916. 
Aged 18 years. He has two brothers serving, Malcolm, in 
the Seaforths, and Angus (formerly Seaforths), in the 
Royal Engineers. The latter came from India to France 
with the Seaforths, and was wounded on 9th May, 1915. 

PETER GRAHAM, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mrs Colin Graham, 8 Maciver's Buildings, Keith 
Street, Stornoway ; killed in action at the Persian Gulf on 
7th January, 1916. Aged 23 years. His brother Murdo 
is a gunner in the Ross Mountain Battery. 

ALEXANDER MACDONALD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Murdo Macdonald, 21 Lionel, Ness ; 
killed at the battle on the Tigris (Persian Gulf) on 7th 
January, 1916. Aged 21 years. Private Macdonald's 
brother, Angus, is a sergeant in the same regiment. 

DONALD MACDONALD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr John Macdonald, 18 Habost, Ness; 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 307 

killed in action at the Persian Gulf, 7th January, 1916. 
Aged 21 years. Mr Macdonald has another son, Allan, 
serving with the same regiment. 

ANGUS MACKAY, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Mr Murdo Mackay, Cross, Ness ; killed in action at 
the Persian Gulf on Tth January, 1916. Aged 19 years. 
His brother William, a private in the same regiment, was 
badly frostbitten in France, but recovered and rejoined 
his unit. 

DONALD MACLEAN, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers; son of Mr Fmlay Maclean, 21b Callanish; killed 
in action at the Battle of the Tigris, Tth January, 1916. 
Aged 20 years. Mr Maclean has other three sons serving 
in the Army, of whom Finlay was wounded, but recovered, 
and rejoined his regiment in France. 

DONALD MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Colin Macleod, Upper Bayble ; killed in 
action at the Persian Gulf, Tth January, 1916. Aged 19 
years. 

JOHN MACLEOD, Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders; 
son of Widow Annie Macleod, 16 Lionel, Ness ; killed in 
action at the Persian Gulf on Tth January, 1916. Aged 20 
years. 

ANGUS MACKENZIE, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Angus Mackenzie, 36 Back ; killed in 
action in the Battle of the Tigris, Tth January, 1916. Aged 
23 years. 

DONALD NlCOLSON, Private, 1st Seaforth High- 
landers ; son of Mr Roderick Nicolson, 21 Raerinish, Lochs ; 
killed in action at the Persian Gulf on Tth January, 1916. 

JOHN SMITH, Royal Naval Reservist ; son of the late 
Mr Donald Smith, 32 Lower Shader, Barvas ; died 11th or 
1.2th January, 1916. Aged 3T years. He served on board 
H.M.S. " Kent " at the Falkland Islands fight and at the 
sinking of the German cruiser " Dresden." 



MORE CARLOWAY LOSSES. 




Pte. Donald Maciver 
2 Carloway 

killed 9th May, 1915 




Pte. John Macleod 
15 Carloway 

killed 10th Oct., 1914 



Jill 






Sergt. Angus Macdonald. 3 Carloway 

killed 22nd Oct., 1914 




:•,■.:;.■: 'iSfif 







w% 



Pte. Norman Macarthur 
26 Knock-Carloway 

killed 9th May, 19 L 5 




Pte. Donald J. Macleod 
2 1 Carloway 

killed 25th Sep., 1915 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 309 



Lewis Soldiers Missing. 



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In addition to the 275 Lewismen drowned or killed, 
the following 27 soldiers are missing, many of them for so 
long that no reasonable hope can be entertained that they 
have not died on the battlefield : — 

Seaforth Highlanders. 

JOHN MACDONALD, 2 Crowlista (since 8th Nov., 1914). 
MALCOLM MACDONALD, 25 Tobson (since 25th April, 
1915). 

Gordon Highlanders. 

DUNCAN CAMPBELL, 10 Upper Bayble. 

JOHN MACKENZIE, 25 Lurebost. 

ALEXANDER MACLEOD, 10 Portnaguran (since Dec, 

1914). 
MURDO SMITH, 22 Fivepenny, Ness (since 25th Sept., 

1915). 

Cameron Highlanders. 

MALCOLM BUCHANNAN, 11 Breanish, Uig (since Sept., 

1915). 
JOHN ANGUS CHISHOLM, 8 Lemreway (since Dec, 

1914). 
DONALD FINLAYSON, 6 Brue, Barvas. 
JOHN MACASKILL, 23 Lower Shader, Barvas. 
MURDO MACDONALD, 7 Ballantrushal. 
ALEX. MACGREGOR, 43 Newton, Stornoway (since 9th 

May, 1915). 



310 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

MURDO MACKAY, 2 Achmore (since Dec, 1914). 
ALEX. MACKENZIE, 9 Castle Street, Stornoway (since 

9th May, 1915). 
GEORGE MACKENZIE, 30 Callanish (since 9th May, 

1915). 
ANGUS MACLEAN, 35 Callanish (since 9th May, 1915,) 
ANGUS MACLEAY, 23 Upper Shader, Barvas. 
DONALD MACLEOD, 2 Habost, Lochs (since 25th Sept., 

1915). 
MALCOLM MACLEOD, Crulivig, Uig. 
MURDO J. MACLEOD, 17 Balallan (since 25th Sept., 

1915). 
NORMAN SMITH, 29 Lower Shader, Barvas. 



Ross Mountain Battery. 

NORMAN MACLEAN, 5 Vatisker, Back (since May, 1915). 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

RODERICK D. MACLEOD, 39 Balallan (since 29th Sept., 
1915). 

Scots Guards. 

MURDO MACKENZIE, 3 Upper Bayble. 

Canadian Contingent. 

DONALD MACDONALD, 33 Habost, Ness. 

MURDO MAC1YER, 38 Arnol, Barvas (since 24th April, 

191a). 
MALCOLM MACLEOD, 84 Keith Street, Stornoway (since 

29th April, 1915). 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 311 



Derby Recruits. 



The following men presented themselves for enlist- 
ment under the first Derby Group system : — 

Parish of Stornoway. 

FRASER, ANGUS, Coulregrein, 
KENNEDY, DONALD, Coulregrein. 
MACARTHUR, fOHN, 6 Stenish. 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM, 10 Stenish. 
MACKAY, DONALD, 5 Holm. 
MACIVER, ALLAN J., 29 Tong. 
MACIVER, FRANK J., Schoolhouse, Tong. 
MACIVER, RODERICK, 25 North Tolsta. 
MACLEOD, JAMES R, Coulregrein. 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM J., 3 Lower Sandwick. 
MACLEOD, WM. (Malcolm), 5 Tong. 
MACRAE, DONALD, 3 Branahuie. 
MORRISON, DONALD M., 8 Battery Park. 
ROBERTSON, DAVID, 15 Coulregrein. 

Burgh of Stornoway. 

ANDERSON, JAMES P, Glen House. 
BROWN, THOMAS R., 75 Kenneth Street. 
CAMERON, NEIL, Point Street. 
COCHRANE, FRANK R., Gladstone House. 
CONWAY, JAMES B., 48 Point Street. 
EWEN, ROBERT, Cairndhu. 
FORSYTH, DAVID, Gladstone House. 
GRANT, JOHN, 36 Keith Street. 
HARRIMAN, FRANK, 28 Point Street. 
HENDERSON, J. G, 24 Lewis Street. 
KITSON, HAROLD R, Granite House. 



312 "LOYAL LEWIS." 

LEES, WALTER, Goathill Farm. 
LIVINGSTONE, A., Parkview. 
MACASKILL, COLIN J., Matheson Road. 
MACASKILL, DONALD, 15 Church Street. 
MACAU LAY, JOHN, 33 Bayhead. 
MACDONALD, ALEX., 51 Kipper Road. 
MACDONALD, ANGUS, 4 Stag Road. 
MACDONALD, DONALD L, 19 Lewis Street. 
MACDONALD, DONALD J., 28 Bayhead. 
MACDONALD, DUNCAN, 21 Newton. 
MACDONALD, HUGH, 7 South Beach. 
MACDONALD, THOMAS G., 64 Keith Street. 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM, 72 Keith Street. 
MACDONALD, WILLIAM B., 56 Keith Street. 
MACKINTOSH, JOHN, 51 Kipper Road. 
MACIVER, ALEXANDER, Dounemor. 
MACIVER, ALEX. D., 14 Plantation. 
MACIVER, COLIN, 37 South Beach. 
MACIVER, COLIN J., 74 Kenneth Street. 
MACIVER, DONALD, 15 Bayhead. 
MACIVER, DUNCAN, 31 Newton. 
MACIVER, MURDO, 24 New Street. 
MACKAY, ALEXANDER, 26 North Beach. 
MACKENZIE, JOHN, 43 Keith Street. 
MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, &\ Kenneth Street. 
MACKENZIE, MALCOLM, 28 Point Street. 
MACKENZIE, MURDO, 41 South Beach. 
MACKENZIE, MURDO, Porter's Lodge. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, 10 Keith Street. 
MACLEAN, JOHN M., Matheson Road. 
MACLEAN, KENNETH, 21 Keith Street. 
MACLEAN, KENNETH, 42 Kenneth Street. 
MACLENNAN, WILLIAM, 16 Plantation Road. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, 2 Bell's Road. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, 13 South Beach. 
MACLEOD, DONALD J., 24 James Street. 
MACLEOD, DUNCAN, 7 Cromwell Street. 
MACLEOD, IVOR, 29 Keith Street. 
MACLEOD, JAMES, Glenmore. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, Glenmore. 



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MACLEOD, MALCOLM S., 43 Bayhead. 
MACLEOD, NORMAN, 69 Keith Street. 
MACLEOD, PETER J, fi Murray's Court. 
MACLEOD, THOMAS M, 83 Keith Street. 
MACLEOD, WILLIAM, I Matheson Road. 
MACRAE, ALEX., 57 Keith Street. 
MACRAE, ARCHIBALD, 59 Keith Street. 
MACRAE, JAMES, 57 Kenneth Street. 
MACRAE, JOHN, 18 New Street. 
MACRAE, KENNETH D., 45 Kenneth Street. 
MACRAE, WILLIAM, 48 Keith Street, 
MACRAE, WILLIAM E, 26 Lewis Street. 
MAGEE, THOMAS R., Cobden House. 
MARTIN, NEIL, 24 Plantation Road. 
MATHESON, AULAY, Creed House. 
MATHESON, JOHN A., Marybank. 
MILLS, GEO. A., Rev., U.F. English Manse. 
MONTGOMERY, NEIL, 26 Kenneth Street. 
MORRISON, ALEX., 2 Bell's Road. 
MORRISON, MATTHEW G., 67 Kenneth Street. 
MUNRO, DONALD M., 12 Havelock Lane. 
MUNRO, JOHN, 40 Kipper Road. 
MURRAY, ALEX. J., 66 Bayhead. 
MURRAY, HENRY J., 10 Cromwell Street. 
MURRAY, RODERICK, Castle Grounds. 
NICOLSON, ANGUS, 20 Scotland Street. 
ROBERTSON, JAMES, Gladstone House. 
RUSSELL, MATTHEW, Mount Pleasant. 
SIME, THOMAS, 25 Lewis Street. 
STEWART, JAMES R., 83 Keith Street. 
SYKES, A., 15 North Beach. 
TAIT, ALEX. J., 33 Newton. 
THOMSON, JAMES, 2 Newton. 

Parish of Rarvas, 

GUNN, JOHN, Eorodale. 
MACDONALD, DONALD, 1 Eorodale. 
MACDONALD, JOHN, Ballantrushal. 
MACFARLANE, KENNETH, Post Office, Cross. 



o 



14 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



MACFARQUHAR, ALEX., South Dell. 
MACFARQUHAR, JOHN, Barvas Farm. 
MACIVER, MURDOCH, Schoolhouse, Shawbost. 
MACKAY, WILLIAM, 7 Fivepenny. 
MACLELLAN, ANGUS, Butt Lighthouse. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, Schoolhouse, Airidhantuim. 
MACMILLAN, JOHN, Schoolhouse, Barvas. 
MORRISON, ANTHONY J., Galson Farm. 
MORRISON, JOHN, Galson Farm. 
MURRAY, RODERICK, 24 South Dell. 



Parish of Uig. 

FERGUSON, KENNETH, G Crulivig. 
MACAULAY, MALCOLM, 40 Carloway. 
MACAULAY, PETER, 40 Carloway. 
MACDONALD, DONALD, 3 Carloway. 
MACKAY, MURDO, 14 Crowlista. 
MACKENZIE, ALEX., Uig Lodge. 
MACKENZIE, RODERICK, Hamnaway. 
MACLEAN, ANGUS, 1 Aird-Uig. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, 3 Breanish. 
MACLEAN, KENNETH, 21 Callanish. 
MACLENNAN, DONALD, 6 Callanish. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, 8 Carishader. 
MACLEOD, JOHN, 21 Upper Carloway. 
MACPHAIL, ANGUS, 39 Upper Carloway 
NICOLSON, ALEX., 1 Crowlista. 
NICOLSON, JOHN, L Crowlista. 
NICOLSON, NORMAN, 1 Crowlista. 



Parish of Lochs. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, Eishken. 
DEMPSTER, ROBERT, Eishken. 
ERASER, DONALD A., Eishken. 
GRANT, JAMES, Eishken. 
MACAULAY, JOHN, 60 Balallan. 
MACLEOD, DONALD, 1 Garyvard. 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 315 

MACLEOD, FARQUHAR, 2 Habost. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, 13 Cromore. 

MACMILLAN, ANGUS J., Schoolhouse, Kershader. 

MATHESON, MURDO, 27 Gravir. 

SMITH, MALCOLM, 2 Balallan.. 

SNADDON, WILLIAM, 39 Balallan. 



Note. — A number of the foregoing Derby recruits have 
been called up, and have joined the colours. Owing to the 
difficulty of obtaining meantime particulars as to the units 
to which they have been assigned, no account is taken of 
the Derby section in the statistical tables which follow. 
Account is, however, taken of 22 additional names for the 
Knockiandue School District, which came to hand too late 
for inclusion even in the Supplementary List. This makes 
the number of men serving from Laxay and Keose, 48, 
representing 14 per cent, of the total, and 28 per cent, of 
the male population. 




316 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Statistical. 



The War has made a heavy toll on the Lews. From 
its commencement in August, 1914, to the end of January, 
1916 (that is to say, the first eighteen months), the Island's 
loss of manhood on land and sea— exclusive of 27 men who 
are missing — totals 275. Of these the Parish of Stornoway 
lost 116 ; Barvas, 80 ; TT ig, 51 ; and Lochs, 28. During the 
first six months of hostilities the Lewis losses numbered 68 ; 
in the second six months, 150 ; and in the third six months, 
57. The heaviest month's casualties were in May, 1915, 
namely, 55. In April, 1915, 31 Lewismen fell, and in 
December of 1914 there were 22 men killed or drowned. 

The following tables show how the losses were distri- 
buted among the various school districts : — 

Parish of Stornoway. 



Aird 

Bayble ... 
Knock . . . 


... 14 
... 19 

... 8 


Sand wick ... 5 
Stornoway ... 2^ 
Laxdale ... 9 

Total-116. 


Tong ... 
Back ... 
Tolsta ... 


... 11 
... 14 
... 10 



Parish of Barvas, 



Lionel ... 


... 23 


Airidhantuim 


13 


Bragar 


... 6 


Cross . . . 


... 18 


Barvas 

Total— 80. 


8 


Shawbost 


... 7 



Parish of Uig. 



Carloway 

Duncarloway 

Breasclet 


15 

6 

17 


Bernera 

Valtos 

Islivig 

Total— 51. 


5 
. 3 
. 1 


Lochcroistean 
Crulivig 


9 

o 

—> 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



317 



Parish of Lochs. 



Achmore 


2 


Aridhbruaiach 


1 


Planasker 


... ,3 


Fidigary 


... 7 


Kershader 


3 


Gravir ... 


... 1 


Lurebost . . . 


... 5 


Cromore 


1 


Lemreway 


... 2 


Balallan ... 


... 3 


Total— 28. 









Fortunately for the Lews there has been compara- 
tively little sea fighting. The following figures have a 
suggestive interest : — 



Sea Forces. 

No. of Men No. of Men 
Serving. Drowned. 

2348 53 



Land Forces. 

No. of Men No. of Men No. of Me n 
Serving. Killed. Missing. 

1950 222 27 



It will be seen that while every 8th man among the 
soldiers has fallen, only 1 in 44 of the sailors has made the 
supreme sacrifice. 

The following table shows how the losses were distri- 
buted according to Clan Names : — 



Macleod... 


.. 46 


Stewart . . . 


... 5 


Maclennan 


.. 2 


Macdonald . 


.. 34 


Kennedy ... 


.. 4 


Macs ween 


.. 2 


Mackenzie 


.. 23 


Macarthur 




Paterson ... 


9 


Mackay ... 


.. 16 


Macrae 


.. 3 


Thomson 


.. 1 


Maciver ... 


.. 13 


Matheson 


.. 3 


Crockett 


.. 1 


Campbell 


.. 12 


Finlayson 


.. 3 


Munro 


.. 1 


Murray ... 


.. 12 


Macmillan 


9 


Macneill... 


.. 1 


Macaulay 


.. 11 


Shaw 


" 2 


Mackinnon 


.. 1 


Graham ... 


.. 10 


Montgomery . 


.. 2 


Macphail 


.. 1 


Maclean... 


.. 10 


Martin ... . 


9 

• • — 


Hunter ... 


.. 1 


Morrison 


.. 10 


Macinnes ... 


9 


Macgregor 


.. 1 


Smith 


.. 10 


Macaskill 


.. 2 


Gunn 


.. 1 


Macrhchie 


.. 7 


Gillies 


9 


Ross 


.. 1 


Nicolson 


.. 7 


Macleay ... 
Total— 275 


9 

■ • — 


Angus 


.. 1 



318 



" LOYAL LEWIS." 



The Roll Call by Units. 



Parish of Stornoway. 



School 
District. 


, Royal Navy 


! Royal Naval 
! Reserve. 


in 

i-] 

CO 


ITl 

5 


in 

V 


Ross Mountain 
Battery. 


!/1 

c 
O 


Colonials. 


1 ther Units. 


in 
< 

b 


Aird 


8 


214 


40 


10 


3 


8 


J8 


3 


3 


307 


Bayble 


10 


213 


36 


17 


7 


7 


27 


2 


6 


325 


Knock 




99 

1 


17 


17 




]2 i 


10 




4 


159 


Sand wick ... 


14 


69 12 


7 


1 


3 


28 


1 


19 


154 


Stornoway 


29 


69 58 


16 


18 


68 [ 


58 


11 


100 


427 


Laxdale 


6 


6 22 


7 


3 


7 ! 


9 


... 


12 


72 


Tong 


3 


33 17 


5 


2 


3 


i 


... 


4 


74 


Back 


2 


137, 51 


17 


2 


4 


21 




7 


241 


Tolsta 


3 


130 30 


13 


1 


2 I 


5 


2 


3 


189 


Totals 


75 


970 283 


109 


37 


114 183 


19 


158 


1948 



Parish of Barvas. 



Lionel 


1 


108 


93 


14 


16 


... 


5 


5 


9 


251 


Cross 




71 


64 


1 


8 


2 


12 


• • 


7 


165 


Airidhantuim 


... 


92 


47 


29 


13 


2 


6 


4 


4 


197 


Barvas 




64 


13 


2 


13 


3 


15 




2 


112 


Bragar 


•• 


116 


21 


5 


7 


2 


17 




4 


172 


Shawbost ... 


3 
4 


109 
560 


28 
266 


6 
57 


4 


2 


i 


3 
12 


2 

28 


164 


Totals 


61 


11 


62 


1061 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



319 



Parish of Uig. 












School District. 


> 

OS 

'a 

c 


c3 

a! 

-^> ir. 
Z cj 
-y ~s 

74 


t-i 
ex 
c/3 


Gordons. 


-f. 

Q 

CJ 

U 
17 


CC3 s - 
no 

4 


C/3 

c 

cd 

11 


. | Other 

j Colonials. 


Si 

<v 
O 

13 


in 

< 

O 


Carloway ... 


42 


7 


168 


Duncarloway 




34 


22 


6 


5 


1 


1 


1 


4 


74 


Preasclet .. 


3 


48 


43 


1 


12 


2 


4 




12 


125 


Bernera 




69 


16 




•; 


o 


2 


2 


7 


100 


Valtos 


... 


39 


2 


2 


q 


2 


4 




9 


61 


Crowlista ... 


1 


32 


S 


2 


I 


2 


1 


1 


7 


55 


Islivig 




25 






2 




2 


1 


2 


32 


Lochcroistean 


• • 


21 


4 


1 


6 










32 


Crulivig 




7 


9 


... 


I 




1 




... 


IS 


Totals 


4 


349 


146 


19 


49 


Jo 


26 


5 


54 


665 



Parish of Lochs. 












Achmore ... 




6 


2 


1 


4 


1 


I 


2 


... 


17 


•Grimshader 


... 


29 | 1 

1 


... 






1 




1 


32 


Fidigary 


... 


123 ! 15 

1 


2 


4 


4 


7 


4 


3 


162 


Lurebost ... 


1 


76 16 


16 


2 


... 


2 


5 




118 


Knockiandue 


1 


is ; 7 


... 


7 


... 


5 


2 


8 


48 


Balallan 


... 


3 


4 


1 


9 


3 


5 


1 


12 


38 


.Airidhbhruaich 


... 




1 




3 


-. 


1 


... 


3 


8 


Kershader ... 




22 


12 


2 


S 


2 


6 


1 


5 


58 


Crcmore 


... 


22 


2 


1 




1 


3 


... 


1 


30 


Planasker ... 




30 


8 


1 


5 


1 


4 


1 




5d 


Gravir 


... 


40 


10 


•• 




3 


1 


2 


3 


59 


Lemreway ... 


2 


19 

388 


2 

80 


1 

25 


2 

44 




2 






26 


Totals 


15 


88 


18 


36 646 










«/9H. 










1 



320 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



The Clan Roll Call 



Parish of Stornoway. 















yj 








c/j 


Clan Names. 


V 


o5 



c 


C 
si 


C 
O 


•A 


cp 

5 


u 


in 
"0 


< 

f- 1 






< 


PQ 


w 


CO 


CO 


1 


H 


« 


H 


H 


Macleod 


85 


83 


58 


32 


74 


13 


ir, 


45 


28 


434 


Macdonald 


45 


53 


27 


29 


39 


11 


5 


26 


17 


252 


Mackenzie ... ... 


30 


35 


16 


18 


34 


10 


1 


10 


4 


164 


Maciver 


17 


22 


7 


2 


15 


2 


4 


33 


37 


139' 


Murray 


6 


10 


5 


2 


18 


2 


2 


21 


23 


89- 


Campbell ... 


22 


15 




3 


5 


2 


1 


7 


20 


75 


Graham 


12 


11 




8 


4 


2 


- • • 


26 


5 


68- 


Mackay 


11 


18 


"7 


1 


13 


2 


1 


3 


9 


65 


Maclean 




3 




3 


24 


4 




7 


1 


49' 


Morrison 




2 




7 


18 


6 




11 


4 


48; 


Macrae 


1 


15 


4 


5 


14 


2 




5 




46 


Smith 


8 


10 


• . • 


3 


10 




2 


2 


10 


45 


Macaulay ... 


21 


1 


3 


4 


13 






• • • 


... 


42 


Macmillan... 


9 


3 


3 


.... 


4 




2 


4 


10 


35- 


Stewart ... . . 


• • • 


13 


• • . 




5 


3 


2 


11 




34 


Nicolson ... 




5 


4 


1 


/ 


... 




3 


6 


26 


Matheson ... 


2 


4 


1 


3 


11 


1 


2 






24 


Martin 


11 




1 


2 


2 






4 


2 


22 


Montgomery 


4 


"7 




4 


4 


1 


... 






20 


Macaskill 


4 


1 


2 


1 


9 






3 




20 


Munro 






9 


3 


2 


2 




1 




17 


Macfarlane 






. ■ ■ 


3 


6 




4 






13 


Maclennan 










3 




4 


4 


2 


13 


Macsween ... 




8 . 


2 


3 


... 










13 


Finlayson ... 






1 




1 




"s 




3 


13 


Crichton 




2 


9 












... 


11 


Thomson ... 




> • • 




1 






9 


1 


... 


11 


Ferguson ... 


3 




... 








... 


6 




9 


Macritchie... 




1 






2 


1 


... 


1 


2 


7 


Machines .. 






. . . 








4 


... 


2 


6 


Others 


3 


3 


... 


16 


90 


8 


7 


7 


4 


13S 


Totals 


307 


325 


159 


154 


427 


72 


74 


241 


189 


1948 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



321 



Parish of Barvas. 









a 
















3 
















-M 






-t-> 




Clan Names. 


<6 

G 


to 

o 




> 


u 

a 
fcuo 


C/2 
O 

OS 


M 

►J 
< 




* i— t 


IH 




cd 


Vh 


,ci 


O 




►J 


U 


< 


CQ 


pq 


C/3 


H 


Macleod 


45 


21 


13 


27 


34 


67 


207 


Macdonald - 


43 


19 


49 


10 


13 


12 


146 


Morrison ... 


46 


35 


26 


7 


10 


11 


135 


Smith 


8 


m 

i 


24 


O 


26 


6 


74 


Maclean 


]2 


8 


5 


9 


14 


16 


64 


Murray - 


14 


29 


2 


4 


O 


U 


63 


Mackav 


13 


6 


7 


2 


23 


5 


56 


Campbell - 


24 


8 


— 


1 


20 


— 


53 


Maciver - 


3 


1 


7 


9 


13 


7 


40 


Mackenzie - 


14 


1 


8 


4 


— 


j- 


27 


Macritchie - 


5 


12 


3 


4 


— 


— 


24 


Gillies 


4 


8 


— 


— 


— 


6 


21 


Matheson - 





— 


9 


9 


— 


— 


18 


Graham - - - 





4 


8 


3 


2 


— 


17 


Macphail ... 





— 


— 


— 


8 


9 


17 


Martin 





— 


13 


— 


1 


1 


15 


Finlavson ... 


4 


— 


— 


5 


1 




10 


Macleav - 


— 


- — 


9 


— 


— 


— 


9 


Gunn ... 


6 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8 


McAulay 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 


5 


8 


Nicolson 


— 


— 


7 


— 


— 


1 


8 


Paterson ... 


— 


— 


— 


6 


— 


— 


§ 


Thomson - - . 


4 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6 


Mackinnon 


— 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


5 


Others - 


3 


2 


7 


4 


1 


7 


24 


Totals - 


251 


165 


197 


112 


172 


164 


1061 



21 



322 



"LOYAL LEWIS." 



Parish of Uig. 



Clan Names 


S-i 

U 


jo 

o 

3 


Breasclete 


Bernera 


IT. 

o 


O 
•— 

u 


.2° 


c 

CO 

<v 
"c 

u 
o 

'u 
o 


> 
"3 
y 


Totals 


Macleod 


04 


23 


10 


C 


3 


4 


1 


10 


6 


132 


Macdonald - 


13 


7 


— 


54 


7 


13 


1 


7 


o 


105 


Maciver 


16 


— 


31 


9 


6 


5 


1 


1 


— 


72 


Mackay 


4)«> 


O 


13 


— 


18 


6 


4 


3 


2 


71 


Maclean 


O 


10 


27 


— 


1 


3 


— 


2 


— 


46 


Macaulay 


3 




17 


8 


2 


1 


■5 

O 


— 


3 


40 


Morrison 


6 


n 


4 


1 


8 


— 


8 


4 


— 


34 


Macarthur - 


12 


5 


5 


*> 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24 


Mackenzie - 


8 


o 


7 


8 


— 


4 


— 


— 


— 


30 


Maclennan - 


3 


1 


2 


7 


6 


1 — 


— 


— 


— 


19 


Buchanan - 


— 




— 


— 


3 


2 ' 


9 


1 


— 


15 


Macphail 


7 


3 


1 














11 


Macgregor - 


— 


10 
















10 


Matheson 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


4 


1 


— 


— 


10 


Macritchie - 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7 


— 


1 


— 


9 


Smith - - - - 


— 


— 


3 


1 


2 


— 


— 


1 


1 


8 


Macaskill 


rr 
i 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7 


Macinnes - 





— 


1 


4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


6 


Macneill 


2 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 


— 


5 


Others 


1 


3 


— 


— 


— 


3 


2 


— 


2 


11 


Totals 


168 


74 


125 


100 


61 


55 


32 


32 


18 


665 



ROLL OF HONOUR. 



4)0 

Odd 



Parish of Lochs. 



Clan Names. 


6 
o 

g 

< 


V 

in 

a 

O j 


es 
_bJ0 

55 
19 
16 
11 
12 
12 
3 

1 
4 
6 

7 

3 

5 

1 

2 

' 5 

162 


4-J 
(A 

o 

11 

ha 

1 
t— l 

29 

17 

13 

5 

3 

1 

15 

12 

5 
1 

2 

7 

3 

5 

118 


3 
C 

.5 
'J* 

o 

o 
c 

9 

14 

5 

4 

2 

1 
2 

3 

7 

1 

4S 


S3 

« 

10 
4 
5 
2 
5 
3 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 

1 

1 
38 


3 

2 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

8 

i 


1* 
(A 


v. 

o 

£ 

p 


■> 

c/; 

03 

C 

5 
9 

1 
5 
2 

8 

4 

10 
3 

3 

50 

i 


> 

pj 

w 

3 

4 
4 

4 

4 
1 

1 

4 
3 

4 

9 

6 
6 

4 
2 

59 


>> 

g 

11 

1—* 

3 
9 

2 

1 

3 
2 

2 

4 

26 


<: 

O 

H 


Macleod 

Mackenzie 
Macdonald ... 
Nicolson 
Mackinnon . . . 
Macaulay 
Maclean 

Smith 

Mackay 

Morrison 

Macrae 

Kennedy 
Montgomery ... 

Maciver 

Macinnes 
Macmillan 
Finlayson 
Campbell 
Macarthur 
Matheson 
Macritchie 
Macaskill 
Macs ween 
Macphail 
Others 

Totals 


1 

1 

11 
1 

2 

1 

17 


6 

10 

2 

6 
2 

1 
4 

1 
32 


22 

1 

11 

5 
1 

4 
8 
2 

1 
1 

1 

1 
58 


11 
4 
1 

1 
2 

4 

7 

30 


153 

80 

58 

3L 

28 

27 

25 

23 

22 

21 

20 

18 

18 

14 

12 

12 

11 

9 

9 

9 

7 

7 

5 

4 

23 

646 



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TORRADH SHIR IAIN MOORE. 



Thuit an seanlair ainmeil Sir Iain Moore aims a chog- 
adh fhada fhuilteach a bha eadar an duthaich again-ne 
agus an Fhraing aig toiseach an xixmh lmne deug. 

Fhuair e bas aig blar Chorunna san Spain anns a 
bhliadhna 1809. 

Anns a bhlar so bha moran de shaighdearan Gaidh- 
ealach 'measg an airmailt Bhreatunnach 'nuair a bha aca 
ri n aghaidh a chuir air an Linne Shasunnach chum tear- 
uinnteachd fhaotainn o chabhlach Bhreatuinn a bha 
tighinn le cobhair is Ion d' an ionnsuidh. 

Tha am marbhrann a leanas a dearbhadh an cruaidh- 
chas anns an robh ar luchd-duthcha. 

Chaidh a thionndadh o'n Bheurla gu Gaidhlig leis an- 
t-Urramach Tormod Macleoid nach maireann. 



Cha chualas fonn teise no bron air a Mhur, 
Mar thog sinn a chorp air ar guailnibh ; 
Cha do loisgear urchair le saighdear mu'n uir ; 
Druma cha chualas a' bualadh. 

Thiodhlaiceadh esan 'an uaigneas na h-oidhch', 
Airm chatha a' cladhach na h-urach, 
A' ghealach gu fann troi' neulaibh a' soills', 
Leus soluis 'g ar seoladh gu tursach. 

Cha robh feum aig an laoch air cist a bhiodh buan, 
No ollanachd anairt g' a chuairteach' ; 
Ach luidh e mar ghaisgeach a' gabhail a shuain, 
Le thrusgan cogaidh mu-n cuairt air, 









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B' aithghearr, 's bu tearc an urnuigh chaidh suas, 
'Us shil sinn na deoir gu samhach, 
Ag amharc air creubh an trein a thug buaidh, 
'Us buairte mu theachd an la maireach. 

Oir thug sinn fainear a° cladhach na h-uaigh' 
'S mar bha sinn gu truagh 'g a dealbhadh, 
Gu-n deanadh coigrich a saltairt le fuath, 
Agus sinn' air a chuan a seoladh. 

Le tair air a spiorad gu-n deanadh an namh 
Air an uaigh so suidhe 'g a chaineadh ; 
Ach suarach sin dha-san a' gabhail a thaimh 
Far an d'rinn a luchd-daimh a charadh. 

Ghairmeadh air falbh sinn o obair a bhroin, 
'Us cian mu-n robh crioch air an torradh, 
Chuala sinn toirm a chogaidh teachd oirnn, 
'Lis gaoir nan gunnacha mora. 

Ach leig sinn e sios gu h-aitheasach, ciuin 
Mar thuit e an trein' a mhorachd, 
Gun leac-lighe r'a cheann, gun charn os a chionn 
Ach sinte le' ghloir 'na onrachd. 

Wolfe. 




326 "LOYAL LEWIS." 



List of Subscribers. 



The following is a list of the Subscribers to the first 
edition of the Lewis Roll of Honour : — 

ANDERSON, Ex- Provost J. N„ Stornoway. 
BAIN, Major ANGUS, Gowancroft, Stornoway. 
BAIN, JOHN, West Englewood Bank, Chicago. 
BAIN, LOUIS, Fishcurer, Stornoway. 
BURNS, ALEX. G., Fidigary Public School. 
GIBSON, WM. J., Nicolson Institute, Stornoway. 
GUNN, D., Lurebost Public School. 
LEWIS AND HARRIS ASSOCIATION, Glasgow. 
LEWIS SOCIETY OF BOSTON, U.S.A. 
MACDONALD, RANALD, Carloway Public School. 
MAC FARE ANE, ALEX. M., Polytechnic, Stornoway. 
MACIVER, COLIN, Keith Street, Stornoway. 
MACTYER, DUNCAN, Fishcurer, Stornoway. 
MACIVER, JOHN, Tong Public School. 
MACIVER, Lieut. NORMAN, Francis Street. 
MACIVER, Bailie DONALD, Stornoway. 
MACKAY, ALEX. J., 10 Plantation Road. 
MACKAY, Miss MINA, Dornie. 
MACKENZIE, Provost JOHN, Stornoway. 
MACKENZIE, KENNETH, Fernlea, Stornoway. 
MACKENZIE, Mrs N., Bayble. 
MACLENNAN, ALEX., Bellevue, Stornoway. 
MACLENNAN, KENNETH, North Beach, Stornoway. 
MACLEOD, ANGUS, Harbour Collector, Stornoway. 
MACLEOD, Lieut. K., Academy House, Fortrose. 
MACRAE-GILSTRAP, Mrs E., of Baiiemore, 



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MATHESON, Lieut.-Colonel, Lewis Castle. 
MILLER, HUGH, District Clerk, Stornoway. 
MORISON, Rev. R., U.F. High Manse, Stornoway. 
MORISON, Miss B., Cromwell Street. 
MORRISON, D., Knock Public School. 
MORRISON, JOHN McR., Francis Street, Stornoway. 
NICOLSON, Captain THOS., Matheson Road, Stornoway. 
NICHOLSOxN, JOHN M., Edgemoor Hall, Ness. 
ROBERTSON, Lieut.-Colonel OSSIAN, Stornoway. 
ROSS, EBENEZER, Berneholme, Stornoway. 
ROSS, Dr JOHN M., Borve, Barvas. 
STEVEN, ROBERT, Librarian, Stornoway. 
THOMSON, JAMES, Merchant, Tong, Stornoway. 







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